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IEEE 1076

The IEEE standard for VHDL.
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Interra provides latest support for VHDL standard IEEE 1076, Verilog standard IEEE 1364 and SystemVerilog standard IEEE 1800.
Additionally, the new standard would complement functional models in standard hardware description languages IEEE 1076 (VHDL), IEEE 1364 (Verilog), IEEE 1800 (SystemVerilog), and IEEE 1666 (SystemC), by providing an abstraction of the design hierarchy and an abstraction of the design behavior with regard to power and energy usage.
This includes support of technical groups involved with developing standards for IEEE 1364 or the Verilog hardware description language (HDL) and IEEE 1076 or VHDL.
This includes support of technical groups involved with developing standards for the IEEE 1364 Verilog HDL and IEEE 1076 VHDL, Verilog RTL subset, VHDL RTL subset, Design Constraints Description Language, IEEE 1481 Delay and Power Calculation System (DPCS), the Advanced Library Format (ALF), and the System Level Design Language (SLDL) Initiative.
The simulator is fully compliant with the IEEE 1076 VHDL standard, highly accurate, and provides both pre- and post-route verification solutions.
Interra provides the latest support for VHDL standard IEEE 1076, Verilog standard IEEE 1364 and SystemVerilog standard IEEE 1800.
The other product, VHDL EASY SIM, is a comprehensive VHDL simulator supporting IEEE 1076 and VHDL 93 standards.
IEEE 1076, IEEE 1364, IEEE 1164 and IEEE 1499 are trademarks of the IEEE.
As a result, designers can leverage the existing library of Verilog HDL models as they work on designs using IEEE 1076 standard VHDL, which is the increasingly popular hardware description language of the two.
This activity -- as well as our work with the IEEE p1647 e, IEEE 1666 SystemC, IEEE 1364 Verilog, and IEEE 1076 standards committees -- is invaluable to the interoperability that speeds products from plan to closure throughout the electronics industry.
Verix supports Accellera's Open Verification Library (OVL) and PSL as well as the IEEE standards for Verilog and VHDL (IEEE 1364 and IEEE 1076, respectively).