JED2V Software translates the output of ACUGEN Software's ATGEN[TM] test generator (the JWV file) into Verilog and VHDL vectors (testbenches). These vectors can then be used for simulation on a Verilog or VHDL simulator.
When JED2V is used with the ATGEN software, verification of multiple design representations through simulation is truly automated.
Easy to Use
JED2V requires only the name of the JWV file to generate complete Verilog and VHDL testbenches. No other knowledge of programming or testing is needed. Options are provided to control use of arrays, array subscript direction, physical versus symbolic pin names, and driving unused pins to reduce noise.
Altera MAX name integration
JED2V can read and interpret signal name information for Altera MAX designs so that arrays have correct subscripting to match the Verilog or VHDL model to be simulated.
Typically, JED2V translates a JWV file into Verilog and VHDL testbench files in under one minute.
. . . test244 dut( .a1_(a1_), .a2_(a2_), .y2_(y2_), .y1_(y1_), .oe_neg(oe_neg), .tdo(tdo), .tms(tms), .tck(tck), .tdi(tdi)); integer vector; integer fail_count; reg [12:0] indata[3983:0]; reg [8:0] outdata[3983:0]; initial begin : lbl fail_count = 0; indata = 13'bz100zzzzzzzzz; outdata = 9'bxxxxxxxxx; indata = 13'bz110zzzzzzzzz; outdata = 9'bxxxxxxxxx; . . . for( vector = 0; vector < 3984; vector = vector + 1) begin #5000 aa_stimulus = indata[vector]; aa_expects = outdata[vector]; #5000 casez(aa_response) aa_expects: $display( "V%d %b -> %b", vector, aa_stimulus, aa_response ); default: begin fail_count = fail_count + 1; $display( "V%d %b -> %b should be %b", vector, aa_stimulus, aa_response, aa_expects ); end endcase end if( fail_count ) $display( "%d failures in simulation", fail_count ); else $display( "Good simulation" ); $finish; end endmoduleTechnical Support Service and Updates
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