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IC Design using VLSI

VLSI Verilog
Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit (IC) by combining thousands of transistors into a single chip. In other words, an IC has many transistors on one chip, while VLSI has very many transistors on one chip. A modern VLSI chip is a complex beast with billions of transistors, millions of logic gates deployed for computation and control.


Engineers manage to design these complicated chips by making use of computer aided design (CAD) tools that take an abstract description of the chip, and refines it step-wise to a final design. Designing a VLSI chip involves steps like logic synthesis, timing analysis, floor planning, placement and routing, verification, and testing.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

 

  • Introduction to VLSI Design Flow

  • Introduction to Linux platform and commands used

  • Library creation

  • Overview on designing of Digital circuit

  • Switch, Structural, Data Flow, Gate level and Behavioral Modeling.

  • Test Bench Creation

  • Design Compilation ,Elaboration, & Simulation

  • Terminal and GUI mode simulation

  • ALU Design and Verification

  • Combinational UDP and Sequential UDP

  • Functions and task

  • Types of process : fork-join

  • Introduction to the pin configuration and architecture of FPGA

  • Interfacing Input/output devices with FPGA

  • Pin planning using plan-ahead window

  • Design Verification using FPGA

 


VLSI System Verilog


VLSI systems are designed using hardware description languages (HDLs). There are three types of HDLs: VHDL, Verilog, and System Verilog. VHDL and Verilog are considered a general-purpose digital design language, and System Verilog is an enhanced version of Verilog.
These HDLs are not software programming languages but the ones that describe propagation time and signal strengths - in short the behavior of electronic circuits or products. System Verilog combines HDLs and a hardware verification language. It takes an object-oriented programming approach.


Course objective


System Verilog combines HDLs and a hardware verification language. It takes an object-oriented programming approach. It also teaches how to code in system Verilog language-which is the most popular Hardware description language used for SoC design and verification in semiconductor industry

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

Pre-defined and User defined data types
Array types (Static, dynamic, associative)
OOPs programming concepts (Eg: Class, Inheritance)
Constrained random stimulus generation
Casting (Static & dynamic)
SV Schedulers
Inter Process communication (Semaphore, mailbox)
Coverage Analysis (Code, Functional, FSM)
Interfaces and clocking block
Test bench creation using system Verilog concepts


WHY LIVEWIRE?
 

  • CERTIFICATION

    • Get trained through an ISO certified institute. Our course completion certificate and material are globally recognized. Skill based certification provided which will add value in resume

  • CERTIFIED FACULTIES

    • All our trainer are Certified in their Products. B2E certified Industry experienced faculty. They ensure students are benefited with in depth practical training.

  • PLACEMENT OPPORTUNITY

    • LIVEWIRE is in association with 250+ corporates, who grab candidates from our centres when they match their job requirement. We offer all these opening to the students. They will be able to directly apply for the openings through our Student Portal.

 

  • We will guide you on one-mini project

  • Real time application training

  • Individual focus

  • Learn the required skill


DELIVERABLES

 

  • Material for future reference

  • Internationally recognized Course Completion certificate

  • Skill based Certificate


JOB OPPORTUNITIES


Harish Mysore, director, India operations, Global IEEE Institute for Engineers Private Limited, informs, “In the VLSI chip design and verification alone, 20,000 to 30,000 engineers are currently employed with over 200,000 engineers working in the broader semiconductor industry, including embedded systems development and board-level hardware design.”
Students can apply for some of the following jobs:

 

  • Design Verification Engineer

  • System Level Verification Engineer

  • ASIC Verification Engineer

  • VLSI Verification Engineer

  • Design Verification Engineer

  • Functional Verification Application Engineer


These job openings are available usually at companies manufacturing semiconductors, electronic products and IT hardware.
According to Vivek Madhukar, COO, TimesJobs.com, VLSI professionals are always in high demand in the fast-changing chip designing industry.

WHO CAN ENROLL?


Engineering Degree (UG/PG) in Electronics / Electrical / Electronics & communication / Electronics & Instrumentation / Computer Science & Engineering / Computer Engineering / Information Technology or M.Sc Electronics / Instrumentation with first class in final degree.


Working Professionals- Engineering Degree (UG/PG) in Electronics / Electrical / Electronics & communication / Electronics & Instrumentation / Computer Science & Engineering / Computer Engineering / Information Technology or M.Sc Electronics / Instrumentation.


Anyone with a background of C or C++ or any Object-Oriented programming language can enroll for the program

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