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SystemVerilog Verification -1: Start Learning TB Constructs

VLSI : Learn Systemverilog - Begin your System Verilog learning from the basics to build expertise in SOC verification
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1,370 students enrolled
Created by Ajith Jose
Last updated 4/2016
English
Free
Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
Description

This System Verilog course teaches the System-On-Chip design verification used in VLSI industry. This will be a good starting point to learn System-Verilog language for IC/SOC verification. It covers the fundamentals of the language and explain the concepts from the basics.

This course contains video lectures of 1 hour duration. It is stared by explaining what  is  design and verification code in System Verilog and how they are different. It explains the language constructs like datatypes, arrays and operators in next session with examples. Different kind of assignments in SV are explained in detail with their behavior in simulation. The control flow statements and looping statements are demonstrated  in the next session. Finally, the thread launching mechanism is explained at the end

By taking this course, the a student will be able to start learning System Verilog for verification and master it slowly. This course will also be helpful for the HDL programmers who know something about SV programming but not clear about its structured writing.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course will be a good starting point for those who want to learn System Verilog HDL for verification. Also this will be worth for those who know SV programming but not clear on the concepts. This is a beginer level course and won't be interesting if you know SV programming in detail.
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What Will I Learn?
Understand the concepts of 'verification coding' in System Verilog
Start programming in System Verilog for IC/SOC verification
Learn verification concepts through examples
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Requirements
  • There are no prerequisites for this course but it is good to know basics of Digital circuits and programming in any language
Curriculum For This Course
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Welcome to the course
1 Lecture 01:56
Introduction
01:56
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Design and Test-Bench code in HDL
3 Lectures 10:48
Design and TestBench
02:55

Design Hierarchy and TB module
04:01

Design hierarchy and TB module example
03:52
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Data Types
3 Lectures 11:03
Integer and real
03:22

Strings
02:03

Typedef and Enumeration
05:38
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Arrays in System Verilog
4 Lectures 14:53
Packed and Unpacked Array
07:08

Dynamic Array
02:15

Associative Array
02:46

Queue
02:44
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Operators in System Verilog
1 Lecture 00:04
Operators in SV
00:04
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Assignments in System Verilog
3 Lectures 14:45
Simulation and synthesis
03:08

Continuous and procedural assignments
02:45

Blocking and nonblocking assignments
08:52
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Flow Control and Looping statements
2 Lectures 08:42
Flow control statements
03:38

Looping statements and named begin-end blocks
05:04
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Task and Function
2 Lectures 07:24
Functions
04:53

Tasks
02:31
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Fork Join
1 Lecture 06:38
Fork..Join
06:38
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Conclussion
1 Lecture 01:37
Conclusion
01:37
About the Instructor
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A post graduate in electronics engineering with 8+ years of industrial experience in ASIC design and Verification using System Verilog at major semiconductor companies. A passionate and continuous learner in emerging technologies in VSLI and also interested in other technical domains related to programming. Finds energy in learning new technologies and and sharing knowledge with others.

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