מק"ט: #4919 | משך קורס: 40 שעות אק'

SystemVerilog is the most popular technology in EDA Verification. It is an extension of the popular Verilog language, bringing a higher level of abstraction to design and verification. SystemVerilog provides a complete verification environment, employing Constraint Random Generation, Assertion Based Verification and Coverage Driven Verification. These methods improve dramatically the verification process. SystemVerilog also provides enhanced hardware-modeling features, which improve the RTL design productivity and simplify the design process.

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  • Design and verification SystemVerilog
  • Create a verification environment based on random generation and on functional coverage
  • SVA - SystemVerilog Assertions
  • Write test benches and build a verification environment

קהל יעד

Software and hardware designers who wish to be on the edge of the chip design industry.

תנאי קדם

Basic knowledge in Verilog or VHDL


Introduction to SystemVerilog

  • The purpose of SystemVerilog
  • Backward compatibility with Verilog


Verification Methodology Overview

  • Traditional verification approaches
  • Issues with tradition verification approaches
  • The SystemVerilog solution
  • Introduction to Coverage Driven Verification (CDV) methodology


SystemVerilog Syntax

  • Data types
  • Arrays and queues
  • Data organization
  • Struct and union
  • Flow control
  • Tasks and functions


Driving and Receiving Data

  • Threads
  • synchronization
  • Interfaces
  • Modports
  • Clocking blocks


Object Oriented Programming (OOP)

  • OOP methodology overview
  • Classes
  • Properties and methods
  • Constructors
  • Protection
  • Inheritance


Constrained-Random Generation

  • Random variables
  • The randomize() function
  • Defining constraints


SVA – System verilog Assertions

  • Immediate
  • Sequences
  • Properties



  • Coverage methodology
  • Different forms of coverage
  • Defining coverage groups
  • Defining coverage bins
  • Transition coverage
  • Cross coverage
  • Coverage options


Verification Testbench

  • Generators
  • Drivers
  • Monitors
  • Checkers
  • Reference Model