This video explains why we prefer Object Oriented Programming to create the class-based verification environment in SystemVerilog...
Anyone can create a testbench and verify the design, but it can’t be simply reused as a verification IP. Most of the module/IP level testbenches are used once to verify the design. We always want t...
Though we use both code and functional coverage to sign-off the design verification, they are not the same. So, you need to understand what is code coverage and how it is used to improve the quality.
It’s definitely worth it, but not mandatory to get into the semiconductor industry. SystemVerilog is the most preferred language for the IP & Sub-system verification that demands constrained.
As a verification engineer, you should be good at finding bugs in the design and disproving the designer, while verifying and proving the design [DUT/DUV] functionality as per.
This video explains how we use Object Oriented Programming feature Polymorphism to create SystemVerilog testbench which can generate various random test scenarios to verify the RTL.
This video explains how we reuse the IP level UVM test benches at the SoC [System on Chip] level, reusing the IP level UVM sequences to generate various SoC level.
We define the transaction mainly based on the DUT [Design Under Test - RTL design] interface for the complete testbench infrastructure[Verification Environment], irrespective of.
It’s not simple as you always assume and misguide others saying, ‘all you need is a great coding skill to write a testbench in SystemVerilog or UVM and the verification job’.
The industry uses majorly three kinds of verification technologies: Dynamic Verification – Simulation