In this 2-day course you will first learn the SystemVerilog necessary for generating stimulus in an OVM testbench. You will then learn the general structure of OVM testbenches and how the testbenches operate in general. Finally, you will learn how to apply SystemVerilog techniques in the OVM testbench to generate constrained random OVM stimulus.
Release dateJanuary 1, 2016
Training duration2 days
PriceUSD 1600 or 16 Training Credits
Course Part NumberWHDL-OVM-200
Who Should Attend?Engineers who will be using an OVM testbench for stimulus generation and will not be developing the OVM testbench. HDL background is assumed but no OVM or SystemVerilog background is required.
- Basic SystemVerilog - "Things That are New From Verilog"
- Data Types and Data Structures
- Programming Statements
- Process Synchronization and Control
- SystemVerilog Classes
- Basic Class Structure
- OVM Testbench “Parts” in General as Needed
- Starting/Stopping Tests
- OVM Stimulus Generation
- SystemVerilog Randomization
Special CommentsDelivery will be via WebEx Each day will consist of a 4-5 hour WebEx session with several lab assignments to be completed after the session and before the following days session. The instructor will be available after the lecture for help with labs etc.
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