VC Verification IP for LPDDR3

Synopsys® VC Verification IP for the JEDEC LPDDR3 memory protocol specification provides a comprehensive set of protocol, methodology, verification and productivity features, enabling users to achieve accelerated verification convergence on LPDDR3 based designs. VIP LPDDR3 is integrated, configured and customized with minimal effort. Testbench development is accelerated with built-in verification plans, example tests, and functional coverage. VIP is natively integrated with Verdi Protocol Analyzer, a protocol-centric debug environment that gives users graphical view of VIP operations, transactions, and memory content view for easy and fast debug.

Memory Model Certification

Synopsys provides a comprehensive set of DRAM and Flash Memory VIP that support the latest ratified and draft specifications from standards organizations such as JEDEC, ONFi, SD, and SPI. Synopsys’ VIP team works closely with leading memory vendors to certify 100% compatibility with their manufactured parts. Synopsys Memory VIP is used by memory controller and PHY IP design teams for verification sign off using run time and random JEDEC, and vendor part selection, protocol, and timing checks, and functional coverage. The early adoption and collaboration with leading memory vendors, SoC market makers, and industry leading IP teams certify the quality of Synopsys Memory VIP.

LPDDR3 VC Verification IP

Highlights

  • Native SystemVerilog/UVM
  • Runs natively on all major simulators
  • Runtime JEDEC and vendor part selection
  • Verification plan and coverage
  • Built-in protocol and timing checks
  • Verdi protocol-aware debug
  • Overriding timing parameters
  • Backdoor memory access
  • Bypass/fast initialization
  • Error injection & exceptions
  • Trace files and debug ports
  • Configuration creator GUI

Key Features

  • JESD209-3B JEDEC LPDDR3 Standard
  • 64Mb to 8 Gb densities and x8, x16 and x32 wide SRAM devices
  • Write leveling and ZQ calibration
  • Power off sequence, self refresh, deep power down, partial array self-refresh
  • DFI monitor