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UVM Testbench Made Easy

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Due to the complexity of the UVM library, creating a testbench is a time-consuming task and requires extensive knowledge of the capabilities offered by the library. To support verification engineers in the initial creation of a testbench infrastructure, the UVM framework was developed to create a UVM testbench very quickly. This can be simulated immediately and is adapted to the use case by making changes in some places using application-specific code.

After a short introduction to some UVM classes and expressions, the workshop »UVM Testbench Made Easy« quickly turns to the details of the UVM framework. The course is aimed at verification engineers with no prior UVM knowledge who want to get started using UVM testbenches. The goal of the course is to create a complete UVM testbench using the Siemens EDA UVM Framework (UVMF), which is then supplemented with application-specific code in a few places. The most important UVM building blocks are introduced, providing the basics of how a UVM testbench works, the process of creating instances, and the communication between the UVM components and the DUT. Based on this, the UVM framework verification building blocks and the YAML API are introduced.

Due to accompanying exercises, the course offers in-depth and practice-oriented training.

Course language: German (English possible on request)

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Michael Schwarz

+49 7664 91313-15

michael.schwarz@plc2.de

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None

Requirements

Knowledge of SystemVerilog and OOP concepts

Duration

2 days

Fee (net per person)

€ 1,700

Inclusive

Training material
Plus beverages during breaks
Lunch

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Agenda

01

Introduction

02

UVM

UVM verification components
UVM transaction interfaces
UVM factory
UVM configuration database

03

UVM Framework

UVMF base classes
UVMF base class package
Introducing the UVMF API
Practical example: creation of a UVM
testbench
Introducing the interface API
Introducing the environment API
Introducing the testbench API
Conclusion

04

References

05

Contact information

06

Exercices

01. Run the UVM example
02. UVM transaction interfaces
03. UVM factory
04. Generating the FPU interface
05. Generating the FPU environment
06. Generating the FPU testbench
07. Completing the testbench
08. Adding another test

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Berlin

Jul 25, 2024

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Freiburg

Oct 24, 2024

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