Flying High with Verification Standard for Design Reliability

In this article Graham Bell, Vice president of Marketing, outlines how HDL coding standards must be documented in DO-254 projects, and that any code must be reviewed to ensure that it follows the standard RTCA/DO-254, Design Assurance Guidance For Airborne Electronic Hardware.

This blog addresses  the following issues:

  • Catching potential design problems in HDL code that may not normally surface until later in the process and may not be caught by other verification activities.
  • Supporting error detection, containment and recovery mechanisms.
  • Enforcing style and readability practices to improve code comprehension, portability, and reviews.

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2015-07-23T05:53:17+00:0023rd July, 2015|Blog, Thought Leadership|