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VHDL, Verilog, System C & System Verilog

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Topics covered so far:

VHDL

SystemVerilog

OVM / VMM / UVM for SystemVerilog

SystemC TLM-2.0

ARM Cortex

What’s New with VHDL

John Aynsley from Doulos describes some useful, practical features from the VHDL 2008 language standard that are supported by several simulation tool vendors.

Useful links: The Designer’s Guide to VHDL

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VHDL versus SystemVerilog

What is the difference between VHDL and SystemVerilog? John Aynsley from Doulos compares these two language standards.

Useful links: The Designer’s Guide to VHDL   The Guide to SystemVerilog

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Making Sense of Transaction Level Modeling in OVM

Explains how Transaction Level Modeling techniques are used to communicate between components in OVM, the Open Verification Environment.

Useful links: Getting Started with OVM   The Guide to SystemVerilog

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Observation in VMM and OVM

Explains the mechanisms for observing activity in VMM and OVM test benches for the purposes of checking and coverage collection.

Useful links: Getting Started with OVM   Verification Methodology Manual for SystemVerilog   The Guide to SystemVerilog

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Ten Things You Should Know About OVM

Describes ten things you should know about OVM, the Open Verification Methodology for SystemVerilog. This video gives you a top-level technical overview of OVM without diving down into too much language detail.

Useful links: Getting Started with OVM   The Guide to SystemVerilog

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Using OVM within SystemC for Verification

Describes OVM-SC, the implementation of the Open Verification Methodology within SystemC, which is part of the open-source OVM-ML (Mixed Language) library donated to the OVM community by Cadence

Useful links: Getting Started with OVM   The Guide to SystemVerilog

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Introducing VMM 1.2

An introduction to version 1.2 of the VMM (Verification Methodology Manual) for SystemVerilog, highlighting the new features of VMM 1.2 and the overall conceptual framework.

Useful links: Verification Methodology Manual for SystemVerilog   The Guide to SystemVerilog

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Introduction to UVM – The Universal Verification Methodology

John Aynsley from Doulos gives a brief overview of UVM, the Universal Verification Methodology for functional verification using SystemVerilog.

Useful links: UVM – The Universal Verification Methodology

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SystemC versus SystemVerilog

What is the difference between SystemC and SystemVerilog? This video includes a brief description of these two EDA language standards.

Useful links: The Guide to SystemC   The Guide to SystemVerilog

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SystemVerilog as the New Verilog

Explains how SystemVerilog has become the natural successor to Verilog, and describes some of the features of SystemVerilog borrowed from the C programming language.

Useful links: The Designer’s Guide to Verilog   The Guide to SystemVerilog

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How Much SystemVerilog Training Do You Need?

John Aynsley from Doulos answers the question “How Much SystemVerilog Training Do You Need?” by explaining Doulos’ SystemVerilog training portfolio, how to choose the right course, and the pitfalls to avoid.

Useful links: Training Courses   In-house Training Options

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SystemVerilog for Hardware Synthesis

John Aynsley from Doulos gives a detailed explanation of how to use the synthesis-friendly features of the SystemVerilog language

Useful links: The Guide to SystemVerilog

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First Steps with UVM Part 1

John Aynsley from Doulos presents a simple, complete UVM source code example (which you can download), explaining what is happening and highlighting best practice. You are shown how UVM source code is organized and how to run the example on popular SystemVerilog simulators.

Useful links: UVM – The Universal Verification Methodology

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First Steps with UVM Part 2

John Aynsley from Doulos presents a simple, complete SystemVerilog UVM source code example (which you can download), explaining what is happening and highlighting best practice. You are shown how to drive pins on the design-under-test interface from the UVM verification environment, and how to pass a virtual interface using the configuration database.

Useful links: UVM – The Universal Verification Methodology

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First Steps with UVM Part 3

John Aynsley from Doulos presents a simple, complete SystemVerilog UVM source code example (which you can download), explaining what is happening and highlighting best practice. You are shown how to use a sequencer to generate transactions and then how to pass those transactions to a driver.

Useful links: UVM – The Universal Verification Methodology

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What is TLM-2.0?

An introduction to the OSCI TLM-2.0 Standard, which provides interoperability between SystemC transaction-level models that are integrated around a memory-mapped bus as part of an SoC.

Useful links: Getting Started with TLM-2.0

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TLM-2.0 Interoperability

How the OSCI SystemC TLM-2.0 standard helps achieve interoperability between transaction level models of system-on-chip components.

Useful links: Getting Started with TLM-2.0

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RTL vs TLM and AT vs LT

The RTL (Register Transfer Level) and TLM (Transaction Level Modeling) abstractions are compared, and also the AT (Approximately Timed) and LT (Loosely Timed) coding styles of the OSCI SystemC TLM-2.0 standard

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TLM-2.0 Protocol Checker

Describes the OSCI SystemC TLM-2.0 base protocol checker freely available from Doulos under an open source software license.

Useful links: TLM-2.0 Base Protocol Checker

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ARM Cortex-M1 for FPGAs

Jens Stapelfeldt from Doulos describes the main features of the ARM Cortex-M1 architecture, which is a microcontroller specialized for implementation on FPGA devices.

Useful links: ARM Resources

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Introduction to CMSIS for ARM Cortex-M

Jens Stapelfeldt from Doulos describes CMSIS, the ARM Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard,.which provides an abstraction layer for programming all Cortex M microcontrollers.

Useful links: ARM Resources

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Using the Cortex-M3/M4 Flash Patch Breakpoint Unit

David Cabanis from Doulos explains how to use the flash patch breakpoint unit of the ARM Cortex-M3 and M4 processors.

Useful links: ARM Resources

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Using your C Compiler to Exploit NEON

Dave Cabanis from Doulos explains how to exploit the NEON coprocessor unit found in the ARM Cortex A processor family from your C code.

Useful links: ARM Resources

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