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UVM Made Easy for FPGA Designers

Freiburg

Today’s FPGA designs have become complex SoC type of designs which has driven the complexity to a level that used to be specific to ASICs some years in the past. For a complete verification of those systems, writing testbenches has become a challenging task. Different verification methodologies have addressed this on different levels. The most comprehensive approach is the Universal Verification Methodology, UVM. It has become a standard (IEEE 1800.2-2017). It provides SystemVerilog Verification base components that can be used to create a testbench infrastructure with a high reuse potential.
Since the UVM library is very complex building a testbench from scratch is a time-consuming task and requires a good knowledge of the tools the library provides. In order to help verification engineers to build a testbench infrastructure very quickly UVM Framework has been developed. With UVM Framework a UVM testbench can be created very rapidly and with a few changes the testbench is ready for simulation within a few hours.
The workshop UVM MADE EASY FOR FPGA DESIGNER will introduce to the most important UVM building blocks to provide a basic understanding how a UVM testbench looks like, how the component instance creation process works and how the verification components communicate with each other and the DUT.

Target Group

  • FPGA design or verification engineers

Targets

  • Verification – Approaches and Methodologies
  • UVM - Fundamentals and Principles
  • UVM framework – Library components, structure and API

usable technology

none


requirements

Knowledge of SystemVerilog and OOP concepts are advantageous

Dates


22.10.2020 in Freiburg

Duration and Cost


Duartion in days: 2Costs:: € 1.500,00 netto per participant incl. documents

Contact


Michael Schwarz

Michael Schwarz

+49 (0) 7664 91313-15
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