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DDR4 Memory Model for simulation

Hi Guys, 

 

 

Where can I download DDR4 memory model for simulation purpose. 

 

Thanks, 

Dev
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Altera_Forum
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Micron offer rtl models for DDR4. See the 'sim models & software' section for each particular part - e.g. mt40a2g4trf-093e (http://www.micron.com/parts/dram/ddr4-sdram/mt40a2g4trf-093e). 

 

Cheers, 

Alex
Altera_Forum
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Micron offer rtl models for DDR4. See the 'sim models & software' section for each particular part - e.g. mt40a2g4trf-093e (http://www.micron.com/parts/dram/ddr4-sdram/mt40a2g4trf-093e). 

 

Cheers, 

Alex 

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Hi, these models are protected (encrypted .vp and .svp) files. 

Is there a way to decrypt or get non-protected files? 

Or are there any open source .v or .sv models for DDR4? 

 

thanks
Altera_Forum
Honored Contributor I
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I don't think we can get the full non-protected file. The model from micron is supply with open source testbench (tb.v).  

It suppose sufficient for us to run the simulation. 

 

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Altera_Forum
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Micron memory models are protected IPs that Micron lets people use to verify DDR designs. It cannot be decrypted by users. You can only use this model along with your testbench during simulations and cannot modify it. The memory model will have most/all of the features of the DDR4 memory that you are testing and can be configured using # defines . Check the Micron memory model documentation for timing and other related options.

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