The 6th progress report can be accessed here:
A few weeks ago, it was suggested by the professor José Carlos Alves to use the verification environment to verify a model of an audio codec AC97. This week, all the necessary components were completed and the testbench was demonstrated.
There aren’t any major difficulties to report, it deadline is getting closer and it’s time to start writing all the necessary documentation.
PS.: Thanks Daniel for reminding me to keep this page updated.
The fifth progress report can be seen here:
I started to structure the chapters of the final document that will contain the description of my project. I also started to write a draft for each chapter in order to ease the process of writing for the next few weeks.
The third report can be found here: http://colorlesscube.com/masters-thesis/progress-report-3-16th-of-march/
I started to develop a verification environment for an I2C bus basing myself on the research I did. I’m also delayed about two weeks compared to the original plan but I expect to keep up with this delay very soon.
In the next few days, the UVM guide I have been writing will be published in this website along with the code for educational purposes.
Hello, welcome to my website.
I’m a student in the last year of my Master’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering, currently working on my master’s thesis.
I created this website to publish content related to my master’s thesis. My thesis is related to verification methodologies of digital hardware designs, you can check more information here. I’ll keep this website updated with work planning and progress reports, in addition to guides and information about digital verification.
Feel free to check and consult any information you see available.