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Specialist Study: A Simulating Issue

The verification of FPGA-based firmware, when used in safety and/or mission-critical applications, presents a number of challenges – including confirming that your testbenches are able to catch errors.

By Matt Noonan, Project Manager, Phixos


The verification of FPGA-based firmware in safety and mission-critical applications presents challenges in ensuring effective error detection using testbenches. FPGAs offer performance advantages, flexibility, and reduced time-to-market, making them popular in aerospace and defence sectors. This case study explores the FPGA development flow, with a focus on verification and validation in aerospace and military contexts.

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