DESIGN AND VERIFICATION TRAINING
Design and Verification Training
System Design Training gives wider and deep understanding of the FPGA Architecture, Design, Timing closure flow and debugging. FPGA System Design training is targeted for Design as well as Verification who want to gain expertise and first hand knowledge in the FPGA design, prototyping and Validation. FPGA System Design Training course focuses on the subtleties of the Vivado flow and its add-on tools. By mastering the design methodologies presented in FPGA System Design Training course, participants will be able to close the timing of their designs faster, and also shorten the development time, and lower development costs. FPGA System Design Training course combines insightful lectures with practical lab exercises to reinforce key concepts. FPGA System Design Course is a 6 week course to ensure that student is completely prepared with Digital system design concepts ,HDL languages as well as FPGA before he start looking for a job. FPGA System Design Training Course is benefited to VLSI Verification Engineers having knowledge in Verilog/VHDL, and willing to jump up their career with SystemVerilog / UVM skillset who can be hired as FPGA Verification engineer as well as VLSI Engineers working in other areas (such as FPGA, STA, Design, etc), and willing to broaden their skills and explore opportunities to further grow up their career and too Freshers or Electronics students interested in pursuing VLSI Verification as career.
Course has been framed with a seamless interest to plug and play the FPGA boards. Every session is planned with good hands-on examples to enable quicker understanding. Lab sessions are planned at regular intervals. Traditional FPGA developers code in languages such as Verilog HDL and VHDL. These developers are comfortable with creating FPGAs using the software, closing timing on complicated hardware circuits and managing complicated I/O interfaces to the FPGA. Below is the quick review of the course.
- FPGA Architecture
- FPGA internals and I/0
- FPGA timing closure
- FPGA implementation by rtl mode as well as IP Mode
- FPGA debugging
- Software development kit environment
- Booting FPGA in petalinux/ubuntu