Icarus Verilog

by Stephen Williams

Icarus Verilog is a Verilog compiler and simulator for synthesis and verification of digital logic designs.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Stephen Williams

Release : Icarus Verilog 0.9.7

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Icarus Verilog is an open source software package for designing, verifying, simulating, and synthesizing digital logic circuits. It is a free Verilog compiler that supports the IEEE-1364 Verilog HDL standard and provides a wide range of features, making it a powerful tool for designing complex digital logic circuits.

Icarus Verilog is designed to be easy to use and understand. It is written in the C programming language and runs on most popular platforms, including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X. It has a wide range of features, including:

• A sophisticated Verilog parser that supports the IEEE-1364 Verilog HDL standard
• Support for the SystemVerilog IEEE 1800-2009 standard
• Support for Advanced Verification Methodology (AVM)
• Synthesis support for Xilinx and Altera FPGAs
• Support for digital design, including RTL, gate-level, and behavioural modelling
• Support for simulation, including VCD and FST trace files
• Support for design verification, including assertion-based verification (ABV)
• Built-in testbench generation and debugging
• Support for automated design rule checking (DRC)
• Support for SDF annotations
• Support for VHDL, including VHDL-2008
• Support for Verilog-AMS
• Support for PLI/VPI
• Support for the Verilator Verilog simulation tool
• Support for the Verilator trace format
• Support for OpenVera and e language
• Support for graphical waveform viewers
• Support for source code documentation tools
• Support for source code version control systems
• Support for scripting languages
• Support for various hardware description languages (HDLs)
• Support for various design automation tools
• Support for various design automation languages (DALs)
• Support for various synthesis tools
• Support for various verification tools
• Support for various design entry methods
• Support for various design optimization techniques
• Support for various design entry languages (DELs)
• Support for various synthesis languages (SELs)
• Support for various verification languages (VELs)
• Support for various languages for testbench creation
• Support for various GUI tools
• Support for various code coverage tools
• Support for various formal verification tools
• Support for various debuggers
• Support for various emulators
• Support for various target architectures
• Support for various input/output formats
• Support for various verification languages
Icarus Verilog allows users to quickly and easily simulate their designs, providing fast feedback on their designs.
• Operating System: Windows, Linux, macOS
• Compiler: GCC 4.2 or later
• Memory: 4GB RAM
• Hard Disk: 100MB of available space
• Graphics: Any graphics card with at least 1024x768 resolution
• Internet Access: Required for downloading the software and support materials
• Access to a text editor: Required for writing Verilog code

Open-source platform, making it free and customizable.
Simulates and synthesizes Verilog designs.
Supports a wide range of Verilog standards.

Limited hardware description language support.
Steep learning curve for beginners.
Lack of comprehensive debugging tools.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Noah S*******d
Icarus Verilog is an open source software for hardware design. It provides a great feature set for doing hardware design. I find the software easy to use and it has a wide range of support for different hardware designs. The syntax is very simple and it allows for a clear design. The support for debugging is also great as it provides detailed information about the design and errors. The software also has a great library of components and IPs which can make designing easier. The output is also very easy to read and understand. Finally, the software is quite fast and efficient.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Caleb U.
I've been using Icarus Verilog for a few months now and it's been a great experience, it's easy to use and the documentation is thorougly explanitory.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Muhammad W********g
Icarus Verilog is an open-source software for designing and simulating digital circuits. It supports Verilog 2005 standard and includes a wide range of features such as cross-module optimization, multiple language support, and interactive debugging. The software is platform-independent and can be used on various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, and macOS. It also offers support for mixed-language designs and provides a user-friendly interface for efficient circuit design and analysis. Additionally, it allows for the creation of testbenches for verifying the functionality of the designed circuits.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Archie N.
Icarus Verilog software is an open-source digital circuit simulator and synthesizer that supports the IEEE 1364-2005 Verilog hardware description language.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Alfie
Versatile, user-friendly, supports diverse hardware description languages.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanleyhttps://bottts.com/Florian Körner Hunter
Robust, intuitive, reliable simulation tool.
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