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Creating Better Self-Checking FPGA Verification Tests with Open Source VHDL Verification Methodology

Open Source VHDL Verification Methodology (OSVVM) simplifies and accelerates your FPGA and ASIC verification tasks by providing utility and model (Verification IP) libraries. Using these free, open source libraries you can create a simple, powerful, concise, and readable testbench that is suitable for either a simple FPGA block or a complex ASIC.

 

This webinar is a guided walk-through of how to create better self-checking tests using OSVVM utility library and OSVVM model independent transactions.

 

OSVVM is a competitive solution with SystemVerilog + UVM for FPGA Verification. World-wide, 17% of the FPGA market uses OSVVM. In Europe, OSVVM (with 30%) leads SystemVerilog+UVM (with 20%). Based on the growth in our training, we expect to see improved numbers in the next survey.

 

OSVVM uses a structured, transaction-based test environment – from a high level view the structure is similar to SystemVerilog – although its test harness is structural code, so it is also similar RTL. The similarity to RTL is important. It is what makes OSVVM accessible to RTL as well as verification engineers.