|Conference:||Verification Futures 2023 (click here to see full programme)|
|Presentation Title:||Leveraging AMS verification and DMS verification for efficiency and quality in Mixed-signal designs|
Mixed-signal verification at the SOC level is a unique problem that is currently being tackled by two disciplines of verification- Analog Mixed-Signal (AMS) Verification, and Digital Mixed-Signal Verification (DMS). Each of these disciplines have their own strengths, and weaknesses. Understanding and leveraging those appropriately is needed to achieve the required success in silicon, while using the verification engineering resources efficiently. In this paper I would like to discuss the aspects that need to be considered while determining an effective, and combined AMS and DMS strategy for robust verification of Mixed-signal designs
Aditya Devarakonda leads Digital Verification for Advanced Power Systems at NXP. Prior to this he held several roles in digital design and digital verification of Mixed-signal ICs at ON, Maxim (ADI), Dialog (Renesas), and Freescale. Aditya holds an MSEE.