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    Volume 16, Issue 2

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    Formal verification is now pervasive in many chip design verification projects. Key to this widespread adoption is the availability of automated “apps” that makes it easy to deploy Formal in... View Journal Article

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    SVA (SystemVerilog Assertions) is a powerful short-handed assertion language with many constructs; it is built as an integral part of SystemVerilog but with a specific syntax and sets of rules. Unlike a... View Journal Article

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    Over the past decades number of gates on IC’s and complexity of designs have increased rapidly which has caused various challenges in verifying circuits. Today’s IP, FPGA, and SoC engineers... View Journal Article

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    PCI Express® (PCIe®) is a dominant technology for hardware applications requiring high-speed connectivity between networking, storage, FPGA, and GPGPU boards to servers and desktop systems. It is... View Journal Article

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    As SoC developers adopt RISC-V and the design freedoms that an Open ISA (Instruction Set Architecture) offers, DV teams will need to address the new verification challenges of RISC-V based SoCs. The established... View Journal Article

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    Most people don't think of VHDL as a verification language. However, with the Open Source VHDL Verification Methodology (OSVVM) utility and verification component libraries it is. Using OSVVM we can... View Journal Article

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    The metrics to measure the effectiveness of Safety Mechanisms include code coverage rate, SPFM (Single- point failure metric) and LFM (Latent failure metric). Especially in SPFM and LFM, if the specified... View Journal Article

    Volume 16, Issue 1

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    As with any large framework, there is more than one way to get things done in UVM. As a technical lead, one wants to establish a set of coding guidelines/best practices and ensure that his/her team members... View Journal Article

    NLP is basically a vast field of research broadly used for determining speech or text written in communication languages. NLP grew out of the field of linguistics and has succeeded above expectations so... View Journal Article

    The verification team at Codasip decided to employ the Questa® SLEC app in the process of ensuring that each HDL representation is the same, expecting that it will significantly reduce total verification... View Journal Article

    The Big Data technology has evolved to handle both volume and velocity of data, currently being generated by the chip design and verification activities. However, we feel that the core challenge of effective... View Journal Article

    Commonly employed security verification techniques, which include manual design and code review, formal verification, and simulation-based functional verification are important as part of a larger verification... View Journal Article

    Functional verification of processors has been a known challenge, but with the advent of open-source RISC-V® a new wave of computing has ushered. Not only universities, but several big corporations... View Journal Article

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    Volume 15, Issue 3

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    You are about to go into a planning meeting for a new project when you get a call from one of your company's Customer Advocate Managers: a product that you worked on just started shipping in volume,... View Journal Article


    Creating sufficient tests to verify today's complex designs is a key verification challenge, and this challenge is present from IP block-level verification all the way to SoC validation. The... View Journal Article

    Today's complex designs include multiple asynchronous clocks and the signals crossing between asynchronous clock-domains may result in functional errors. When a signal from one asynchronous clock-domain... View Journal Article

    Almost every non-trivial design contains at least one state machine, and exercising that state machine through its legal states, state transitions, and the different reasons for state transitions is key... View Journal Article

    There is no doubt that computers have changed our lives forever. Still, as much as computers outperform humans at complex tasks such as solving complex mathematical equations in almost zero time, they may... View Journal Article

    Volume 15, Issue 3


    Volume 15, Issue 2

    An integrated framework to simulate electronic systems (including digital and analog devices) with the mechanical parts of a heterogeneous automotive system is presented. The electronic system, consisting... View Journal Article

    Portable Stimulus is one of the latest hot topics in the verification space. Mentor, and other vendors, have had tools in this space for some time, and Accellera just recently released the Portable Test... View Journal Article

    Formal verification has been used successfully to verify today’s SoC designs. Traditional formal verification, which starts from time 0, is good for early design verification, but it is inefficient... View Journal Article

    Clock-Domain Crossing (CDC) issues are the second most common reason for silicon re-spins. Most modern day designs have more than one clock, many of which are asynchronous. Signals that pass between logic... View Journal Article

    The Portable Test and Stimulus Standard (PSS) v1.0a aims to help the user describe the high-level test intent and create code for any downstream verification platform. This article starts out with a quick... View Journal Article

    The Mentor UVMF documentation and examples provided great direction on how to generate a UVMF framework from scratch via, in this case, Python scripting. And then, boom, in fairly short order and from an... View Journal Article

    Volume 15, Issue 2


    Volume 15, Issue 1

    In This Issue

    An integrated framework to simulate electronic systems (including digital and analog devices) with the mechanical parts of a heterogeneous automotive system is presented. The electronic system, consisting... View Journal Article

    Portable Stimulus is one of the latest hot topics in the verification space. Mentor, and other vendors, have had tools in this space for some time, and Accellera just recently released the Portable Test... View Journal Article

    Formal verification has been used successfully to verify today’s SoC designs. Traditional formal verification, which starts from time 0, is good for early design verification, but it is inefficient... View Journal Article

    Clock-Domain Crossing (CDC) issues are the second most common reason for silicon re-spins. Most modern day designs have more than one clock, many of which are asynchronous. Signals that pass between logic... View Journal Article

    The Portable Test and Stimulus Standard (PSS) v1.0a aims to help the user describe the high-level test intent and create code for any downstream verification platform. This article starts out with a quick... View Journal Article

    The Mentor UVMF documentation and examples provided great direction on how to generate a UVMF framework from scratch via, in this case, Python scripting. And then, boom, in fairly short order and from an... View Journal Article

    Volume 15, Issue 1


    Volume 14, Issue 3

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    There have been multiple studies on IC/ASIC functional verification trends published over the years.[1][2][3][4] However, there are no published studies specifically focused on Field-Programmable Gate... View Journal Article

    Good virtual sequences are challenging to create, and even more challenging to reuse in a way not explicitly intended by the original author. Portable stimulus can make creating virtual sequences easier,... View Journal Article

    Mixed-signal design is the art of taking real world analog information, such as light, touch, sound, vibration, pressure, or temperature, and bringing it into the digital world for processing. The growth... View Journal Article

    As the low-power architecture is complex and the number of power-domains used in designs is high, selective reporting of a part of a design is needed. The lack of an industry standard in this regard has... View Journal Article

    Volume 14, Issue 3


    Volume 14, Issue 2

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    As CDC signals can lead to metastability, CDC metastability issues have become one of the leading causes of design re-spins. This trend has made CDC verification an even more critical step in the design... View Journal Article

    At SoC level, verifying access to registers confirms that the processor byte order matches the interconnect implementation, and that the boot code properly configures the memory management unit (MMU) such... View Journal Article

    Just as functional verification uses coverage to determine completeness, the ISO standard defines a form of coverage for random hardware failures called diagnostic coverage, which represents the percentage... View Journal Article

    The key to functional coverage is to make an exhaustive verification plan containing coverpoints and crosses which are extracted from the protocol specification. View Journal Article

    In Part II of the article, we conclude this discussion with a real example to analyze PA-Static results and reporting, as well as efficient debugging PA-Static anomalies. View Journal Article

    Hardware emulation has sufficient execution speed, full visibility capabilities and ease-of-use in model creation and model updates to span the entire range of needs throughout the life of the design development... View Journal Article

    In this article, we will discuss some complex registers that we have seen our customers use in mission-critical applications. View Journal Article

    Traditionally, engineers have verified that a design is safe from glitches with delay-annotated gate-level simulation. View Journal Article

    RISC-V is a free-to-use and open ISA developed at the University of California, Berkeley, now officially supported by the RISC-V Foundation. View Journal Article

    Volume 14, Issue 2


    Volume 14, Issue 1

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    Accellera’s Portable Stimulus Standard (PSS) introduces some new constraint capabilities, in addition to supporting the capabilities that we’ve become familiar with in SystemVerilog. This article... View Journal Article

    This article covers the various ways with which a completion can be returned and how these ways can be implemented in software. View Journal Article

    Developed to supersede Parallel ATA (PATA), the Serial ATA (SATA) protocol provides higher signaling rates, reduced cable sizes, and optimized data transfers for the connections between host bus adaptors... View Journal Article

    The fundamental technique that a PA-Static checking tool enforces to verify a design statically involves ascertaining the compliance of the MV or PA rules with the power intent or UPF specifications and... View Journal Article

    This article first explains the concepts, and then by example, how a relatively simple assertion can be written without SVA with the use of SystemVerilog tasks; this provides the basis for understanding... View Journal Article

    A RISC-V based SoC can be configured into different implementations based on architectural or micro-architectural parameters. To address the verification challenge this poses, a hierarchical and configurable... View Journal Article

    Volume 14, Issue 1


    Volume 13, Issue 3

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    This article describes a methodology—parallel debug—as well as a supporting Jenkins framework, enabled by the availability of massive processor and disc farms which are commonplace among chip... View Journal Article

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    Portable Stimulus has become quite the buzz-word in the verification community in the last year or two, but like most ‘new’ concepts it has evolved from some already established tools and methodologies.  View Journal Article

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    Verification and validation of the hardware/software boundary cannot reasonably be deferred until prototype bring-up in the lab, because software is so critical to the operation of today’s systems.... View Journal Article

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    This article contains detailed steps to use this tracking process along with key features which can reduce the time in verification cycle to track the verification progress. View Journal Article

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    What it really takes to successfully achieve a low power design is design team know-how and a simulation tool that is geared towards low power implementation. This article captures how we use Mentor’s... View Journal Article

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    The Universal Power Format (UPF) plays a central role in mitigating dynamic and static power in the battle for low-power in advanced process technology. View Journal Article

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    The Open RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) managed by the RISC-V foundation[1] and backed by an ever increasing number of the who’s who in the semiconductor and systems world, provides... View Journal Article

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    There are many reasons why hardware-based emulation is a “must have” for an effective verification flow. Increased complexity, protocols, embedded software, power and verification at the system... View Journal Article

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    Clock-domain crossing (CDC) verification is a critical step in the design verification cycle. However, CDC verification is not only necessary on RTL; at 28nm nodes and below it is also essential on gate-level... View Journal Article

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     Proper interleaving of SystemVerilog helper constructs with protocol targeted assumptions defines a manageable state space and unlocks the promise of formal driven, full path verification for datapaths... View Journal Article

    Volume 13, Issue 3


    Volume 13, Issue 2

    In This Issue

    Functional safety is a major enabler of many of the current and upcoming automotive products and has been formalized by the ISO 26262 standard. View Journal Article

    This article describes verification of RISC-V processors, focusing on the combination of automatically generated UVM verification environments by QVIP Configurator and Questa® VIP (QVIP) components. View Journal Article

    During GL-netlist PA-SIM, corruption will occur on the output ports and sequential logic of any detected gate-level cells. View Journal Article

    In this article, we present the commonly occurring issues that are involved in reset tree verification and solutions to address them. View Journal Article

    In this article, we discuss the flow to debug inconclusive assertions and use an ECC design as an example to show a decomposition technique for handling inconclusive assertions. View Journal Article

    This article shows how Accellera PSS can be used to develop generic test intent for generating memory traffic in an SoC, and how that generic test intent is targeted to a specific design. View Journal Article

    Volume 13, Issue 2


    Volume 13, Issue 1

    In This Issue

    This article will furnish several examples to improve the performance of the UVM testbench by applying different optimizing techniques to random access generation, configuration database, objection mechanism,... View Journal Article

    Perhaps one of the biggest challenges in design and verification today is identifying solutions to increase productivity to control engineering head count View Journal Article

    The computers are fleeing their cages. Until recently, people interacted with computers in a virtual world of screens and mice. That world had many security risks but relatively few safety risks, mostly... View Journal Article

    While UVM is great in building testbenches and test scenarios/sequences, the primary objective of UVM was to build robust, reusable testbenches. View Journal Article

    Over the past few years, lots of energy has been invested in improving the productivity and quality-of-results of design verification. The bulk of this effort has focused on techniques that are most applicable... View Journal Article

    Functional verification is often focused on verification of the logical functions of the design. An overlooked area closely related to functional verification is proper implementation of the logic. View Journal Article

    UPF provides a mechanism to separate the binding of such customized PA assertions from both functional SystemVerilog assertions (SVA) and the design. View Journal Article

    Volume 13, Issue 1


    Volume 12, Issue 3

    With ever increasing design complexities, ASIC and SoC (system on chip) design verification has become the biggest challenge for design and verification engineers. Various Hardware Description Languages... View Journal Article

    The standard USB connector that we are most familiar with is USB Type-A. Even as the USB data interface moved from USB1 to USB2 and then to USB3, the connector has remained the same. It is a massive connector... View Journal Article

    Automotive vehicles are not only fast moving, but also have various systems comprising a variety of advanced technologies. Increasing complexities of these systems need much more sophisticated components... View Journal Article

    The way companies use hardware emulation has changed. Historically, emulators were used in a lab, at one location, executing one job at a time. Because of this, an emulator often sat idle. In this scenario,... View Journal Article

    Multivoltage (MV) based power-ware (PA) design verification and implementation methodologies require special power management attributes in libraries for standard, MV and Macro cells for two distinctive... View Journal Article

    The need for intelligent verification is the outcome of a two decade long pre-silicon verification process. Intelligent testbench automation, which is a supplement of intelligent verification, is a step... View Journal Article

    Volume 12, Issue 3


    Volume 12, Issue 2

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    Volume 12, Issue 2

    Volume 12, Issue 1

    In This Issue

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    Volume 12, Issue 1


    Volume 11, Issue 3

    In This Issue

    Memory models have two main functions. The first is to store information in a data structure so that it can be written, retrieved and updated. The second is to provide a signal level interface which allows... View Journal Article

    Verifying that a specific implementation of a processor is fully compliant with the specification is a difficult task. Due to the very large total stimuli space it is difficult, if not impossible, to ensure... View Journal Article

    With ASIC complexity on the increase and unrelenting time-to-market pressure, many silicon design teams still face serious schedule risk from unplanned spins and long post-silicon debug cycles. However,... View Journal Article

    The present day designs use standard interfaces for the connection and management of functional blocks in System on Chips (SoCs). These interface protocols are so complex that, creating in-house VIPs could... View Journal Article

    Most false positives (i.e. missing design bugs) during the practice of model checking on industrial designs can be reduced to the problem of a failing cover. Debugging the root cause of such a failing cover... View Journal Article

    All UVM engineers employ scoreboarding for checking DUT/reference model behavior, but only few spend their time wisely by employing an existing scoreboard architecture. The main reason is that existing... View Journal Article

    At the beginning of the third decade, circa 2005, system and chip engineers were developing evermore complex designs that mixed many interconnected blocks, embedded multicore processors, digital signal... View Journal Article

    Volume 11, Issue 3


    Volume 11, Issue 2

    In This Issue

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    This article focuses on Assertion-Based Verification (ABV) methodology and discusses automation techniques for capturing verification results to accelerate the verification process. View Journal Article

    Volume 11, Issue 2

    Volume 11, Issue 1

    In This Issue

    In this article, we present a few highlights from the 2014 Wilson Research Group Functional Verification Study that was commissioned by Mentor Graphics. One of the key takeaways from our study is that verification... View Journal Article

    In this article, we present the UPF Successive Refinement methodology in detail. We explain how power management constraints can be specified for IP blocks to ensure correct usage in a power-managed system.... View Journal Article

    Mentor’s Questa PowerAware RTL verification methodology helps in defining multiple power architectures without changing the RTL by defining the power architecture in a power intent UPF file independent... View Journal Article

    Let’s look closely at these three periods with special consideration to the characteristics of the hardware emulators and how they evolved. Let’s also take a look at what’s behind hardware... View Journal Article

    Verification is widely accepted as the long pole in the project schedule and SoC design teams are tasked with verifying increasingly complex designs. View Journal Article

    In any verification environment it takes a significant amount of work to keep all the tests running and to ensure that each test continues to be effective. To make this job easier, tests need to be kept... View Journal Article

    This article represents some of the important features of a functional coverage model that will be useful for verification engineers to develop a functional coverage model with high quality. The scenarios... View Journal Article

    Volume 11, Issue 1


    Volume 10, Issue 3

    In This Issue

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    Learn about VIP master APIs that could be reused to generate stimulus on a cache coherent interface without worrying about accessing the cache model and other testbench objects. View Journal Article

    How design engineers can get verification engineers to stop complaining, and other advice. View Journal Article

    UVM unified many of the older methodologies and is a culmination of many years of work. But many of the practices of yester years crept in. Using some of those practices can cause needless complication... View Journal Article

    Handling resets on the fly in UVM environments can be accomplished if the testbench components are built with reset awareness as described in the article. View Journal Article

    Questa UVM debug helped the TVS team channelize effort that was otherwise being unproductively spent in fixing verification environment issues towards more critical verification tasks like feature addition... View Journal Article

    Volume 10, Issue 3


    Volume 10, Issue 2

    In This Issue

    Well here I am again. Last time I talked about putting stuff together, and when I mean stuff, it turned out that the digital folks handed me an RTL and the analog dudes gave me a SPICE netlist. View Journal Article

    Functional coverage plays a very important role in verifying the completeness of a design. However customizing a coverage plan for different chips, users, specification versions, etc. is a very tedious... View Journal Article

    SystemVerilog provides a way called weightage constraints using which, one can implement dynamism in today’s verification components. Support for normal implementation of weight-age constraints is... View Journal Article

    Developing UVM-based testbenches from scratch is a time consuming and error-prone process. Engineers have to learn object oriented programming (OOP), a technique with which ASIC developers generally are... View Journal Article

    SystemVerilog has the concept of covergroups that can keep track of conditions observed during a simulation. View Journal Article

    My 16 year-old son just came downstairs to my office (I’m blessed to work from home) to reboot our home network router so that our television could connect to the internet. View Journal Article

    This is an overview of best practices for FPGA or ASIC design, assuming a traditional waterfall development process. View Journal Article

    Debugging these modern class-based testbenches has been painful for at least two reasons. First, they are designed and built using object-oriented coding styles, macros, dynamic transactions, phasing and... View Journal Article

    This article describes how incorporating LLI Questa verification intellectual property (QVIP) can yield a host of benefits, including faster, more flexible verification and easier debugging. View Journal Article

    Emulators, like Mentor Graphics Veloce®, are able to run designs in RTL orders of magnitude faster than logic simulators. View Journal Article

    Volume 10, Issue 2


    Volume 10, Issue 1

    In This Issue

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    The internet revolution has changed the way we share content and the mobile revolution has boosted this phenomenon in terms of content creation & consumption. Moving forward, the Internet of Things... View Journal Article

    IEEE 1149.1-2013 is not your father's JTAG. The new release in June of 2013 represents a major leap forward in standardizing how FPGAs, SoCs and 3D-SICs can be debugged and tested. View Journal Article

    Because UVM/OVM are TLM-based, sequence and sequence items play vital roles and must be created in the most efficient way possible in order to reduce rework and simulation time, and to make the verification... View Journal Article

    Questa inFact graph-based intelligent testbench automation provides just such a “bridge” for VHDL testbench environments. View Journal Article

    I don't know how this came about, but the other day I got hired to do something called AMS Verification. It seems that there is this chip design that combines digital and analog stuff, and I was asked... View Journal Article

    Being up against a tapeout deadline isn’t all that different from fixing a heating system before a winter storm hits. Although the stakes are different in these two scenarios, it’s ultimately... View Journal Article

    Volume 10, Issue 1


    Volume 9, Issue 1

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

    The little things engineers can do when coding RTL models can add up to a significant boost in verification productivity. A significant portion of SystemVerilog is synthesizable. View Journal Article

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