SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)

SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) is a serial synchronous communication protocol developed by Motorola for M68HC11 family CPUs. SPI eVC can be used to verify Master or Slave devices following the SPI basic protocol as defined in Motorola’s M68HC11 user manual rev 5.0. It can work with Verilog HDL environment and with all Verilog simulators that are supported by Specman Elite.

eVC’s are reusable Verification Components that can be used to establish ready-made verification environment. Each eVC is capable of acting as full verification environment or as a plug-in to an existing environment. eInfochips' eVC’s are designed for verification of today's SoC designs. With their object-oriented architecture, eInfochips' eVC’s are building blocks for establishing complex and comprehensive verification environment in very short time. These eVCs are

  • Flexible to integrate several eVCs
  • Extensible for future upgrades with changing technology
  • Configurable for quick orientation to your deployment
  • Customizable for particular requirements

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