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UVM Made Easy for FPGA Designers

Frankfurt / Berlin / 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


23.04.2020 in Frankfurt
16.07.2020 in Berlin
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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