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This intensive, practical 4 day course is for verification engineers who will develop testbenches with the SystemVerilog hardware verification and description language, IEEE standard 1800-2012. You will learn concepts of Object Oriented programming, constrained random stimulus generation, and coverage guided verification. Then you will create robust, reusable testbenches including stimulus generators, monitors, scoreboards, functional coverage analysis, and interfaces. Finally, the course finishes with an overview of the SystemVerilog Universal Verification Methodology (UVM).
This course teaches all the concepts needed for the full SystemVerilog UVM course.
Hands-on lab exercises reinforce lecture and discussion topics under the guidance of our industry expert instructors.
You will learn how to
- Verification Guidelines
- Object Oriented Programming
- Constrained Random Stimulus Generation
- Functional Coverage
- Interfaces to connect testbench and design
- Synchronization and Interprocess Communication
- New data types such as dynamic arrays, associative arrays, and queues
- New procedural statements and functions
- Overview of Universal Verification Methodology (UVM)
Throughout this course, extensive hands-on lab exercises will reinforce lecture and discussion topics under the guidance of our industry expert instructors, using Questa® software. Lab topics include:
- Verification with 2-state data types
- Model and verify a single-port SRAM
- Model and verify an Instruction Stack
- Model and verify a master/slave interface bus
- Verify a design using test vectors
- Developing a test program
- Creating a simple OO testbench
- Creating an advanced OO testbench
- Create a scoreboard using dynamic arrays
- Using mailboxes for verification
- Using constrained random test values
- Using coverage with constrained random tests
- Familiarity with concepts of hardware verification.
- Knowledge of the Verilog 2001 language
Course Part Number
Live online: 268490