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T2M Verification IPs V-by-One VIP

V-by-One VIP

Description and Features

V-By-One HS is the serial communication protocol developed by Thine Electronics, Inc to support the higher frame rates and the higher resolutions required by advancing FPD technologies. V-By-One HS VIP can be used to verify transmitter or Receiver device following the V-By-One HS basic protocol as defined in V-By-One HS. VBYONE Verification IP is supported natively in SystemVerilog, VMM, RVM, AVM, OVM, UVM, Verilog, SystemC, VERA, Specman E and non-standard verification env VBYONE Verification IP comes with optional Smart Visual Protocol Debugger which is GUI based debugger to speed up debugging.



  • Full MIPI DSI-2 Tx and Rx functionality.
  • Follows VByOne specification as v1.2/1.3/1.4/1.5
  • Support transmitter and Receiver Mode.
  • Supports upto 32 serial lanes.
  • Supports all byte lengths, color depths, and resolutions.
  • Supports lane skew insertion in transmitter mode.
  • Supports disparity and invalid code insertion in 8b/10b.
  • Supports 10 bit, 20 bit, 40 bit parallel interface.
  • Supports insertion of scrambler errors.
  • Supports scrambler as in V-By-One HS specification.
  • Supports on the fly generation of data.
  • Supports skip ALN training patterns.
  • Detects and reports the following errors, • Invalid control character injection • Invalid data character injection • Invalid 10bit code injection • Sync errors • Scrambler errors • Disparity errors • Alignment errors
  • VIP can be connected to DUT at following interfaces - Serial interface : txn, txp
  • Functional coverage to cover each and every feature of the VByOne specification
  • Test suite to test each and every feature of VByOne specification.
  • Status counters for various events on bus.
  • Supports constraints Randomization.
  • Callbacks in Transmitter and Receiver for various events.


  • Complete regression suite containing all the V-By- One HS testcases.
  • Examples showing how to connect various components, and usage of Transmitter, Receiver and Monitor.
  • Detailed documentation of all class, task and function's used in verification env.
  • Documentation contains User's Guide and Release notes.