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The main focus of this blog is to provide information on various VLSI design languages like VHDL, Verilog, System Verilog, UVM, etc. VLSI is one of the most growing industries in today’s world. It offers great exposure and opportunities to both frontend and backend people. Many people look for various topics in this field but the data is not readily available online. So, by this blog, we focus to provide information about all the languages in a simple language and with as many examples as possible.
VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) is the process of creating an IC (Integrated Circuit). VLSI is broadly classified into two parts-
- Front-end: In frontend, we deal with the Design and Verification of the chip. It includes designing(using either VHDL/Verilog/System Verilog) and verification( using Verilog/System Verilog/UVMtestbench) of the design to meet the desired functionality. The HDL code is repeatedly simulated, synthesized and updated until it meets the design specification. It also deals with meeting the timing constraints/requirements for the design and Synthesis of the design.
2. Back-end: In the backend, we deal with the physical design part of the chip. The design made in front-end is fabricated and manufactured here, i.e., the design all the in hardware. After manufacturing, the design is again simulated and verified for the functionality