Please join Subject Matter Experts; Erich Marschner and Chuck Seeley for the latest addition to the Verification Academy video course library, Power Aware Verification.
- Introduction to Power Aware Verification
This session introduces the need for active power management, the concepts and structures involved in the power management architecture for a system, and the IEEE Std 1801 Unified Power Format (UPF) for specifying, verifying, and implementing active power management.
- Overview of UPF
This session gives a quick, high-level overview of the evolution of the UPF standard, the capabilities of UPF, and the portions of UPF that are covered in this course.
- Getting Started with UPF
This session presents the core commands and options in the UPF 1.0 subset of IEEE Std 1801 UPF.
- A Simple UPF Example
This session presents an extended example illustrating the usage of the UPF 1.0 subset of IEEE Std 1801 UPF for specification of the power management architecture for a simple design.
- UPF 2.0 Enhancements
This session presents UPF 2.0 commands and options that improve usability and provide greater flexibility in specifying the power management architecture for a given design.
- Using Supply Sets
This session presents the UPF 2.0 concept of a "supply set" and the related commands and options used for defining and using supply sets.
- An Enhanced UPF Example
This session presents an extended example illustrating the usage of the UPF 2.0 features of IEEE Std 1801 UPF for specification of the power management architecture for a simple design.
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