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Name: uart2bus_testbench
Created: Jan 24, 2016
Updated: Jun 22, 2017
SVN Updated: Jun 23, 2017
SVN: Browse
Latest version: download
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Other project properties

Category: Testing / Verification
Language: Other
Development status: Stable
Additional info: ASIC proven, Design done, FPGA proven, Specification done
WishBone compliant: No
WishBone version: n/a
License: LGPL

Description

Uart2BusTestBench is implemented using Universal Verification Methodology to perform the functional verification to the RTL design released by Moti Litochevski and Steve MULLER (check this link ).

The Main Features :

  • Additional C++ program is attached to facilitate baud frequency calculations.
  • Includes UART BFM which in turn act as UART driver and includes all standard routines which makes it possible to bury it into another Testbench (Like UART VIP).
  • Includes Register-File BFM which act as slave memory and includes all non-standard routines
  • Support inserting idle time between transactions.

General Test-bench Architecture

Testbench
You can download The Architecture Specifications from here

Environment Configurations

Field Description Possible Choices
Active Edge The active clock edge at which, the data is changed on the UART buses
  • Positive Edge
  • Negative Edge
First Bit Represent the sequence through which the byte is serialized
  • Most Significant bit
  • Least Significant bit
Data Mode The data representation through the text commands
  • ASCII
  • Binary
Number of stop bits The number of stop bits sent after the latest bit of each byte
  • One Bit
  • Two Bits
Number of bits The number of bits through each field transfer
  • 7-bit
  • 8-bit
Parity Mode The used parity type through each byte
  • Parity off
  • Parity Even
  • Parity Odd
Response Time Represent the maximum allowable time through which dut should respond
to the driven request.
No Limitations

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