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SystemVerilog – Advanced Verification for FPGA Design

Frankfurt / Berlin / Freiburg

Modern FPGA designs have tremendously advanced in both performance and capacity. Verification of this kind of designs has become a daunting task, especially the validation of the design against the specification and test plan.
SystemVerilog provides a comprehensive set of verification tools and is a natural extension to Verilog. It also provides constructs with clearer intent like enumerated types, integrated assertions and higher language constructs, which support design hierarchy and Object Oriented Programming (OOP). Powerful testbench features allow for more flexible and reusable testbench development, even in the context of a VHDL based design.
This workshop will give an overview about the SystemVerilog language and will introduce into new verification methodologies „Assertion Based Verification“, „Constrained Random Generation“ and „Functional Coverage“. The participant will learn how to use these powerful verification tools to speed up verification as well as to measure the verification progress and how these methodologies can be naturally applied to the verification of VHDL designs.

Target Group

  • FPGA design or verification engineers

Targets

  • Basic knowledge of SystemVerilog
  • Basics of OOP in SystemVerilog
  • Use of OOP for faster and more efficient, reusable testbench designs
  • Knowledge of the concept of an automated testbench
  • Introduction to assertions, constrained randomization and functional coverage

usable technology

none


requirements

Experience with VHDL or Verilog for Design and Verification

Dates


20.04.2020 in Frankfurt
13.07.2020 in Berlin
19.10.2020 in Freiburg

Duration and Cost


Duartion in days: 3Costs:: € 2.100,00 netto per participant incl. documents

Contact


Michael Schwarz

Michael Schwarz

+49 (0) 7664 91313-15
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