Explosive Driven Ferroelectric Generators (EDFEG) are compact power sources that have been considered as seed sources for magnetocumulative generators, as well as prime power sources. Shock waves generated by high explosives are used to shock depolarize ferroelectric materials, which results in a voltage pulse being delivered to a load. These generators have been experimentally investigated at Texas Tech University. The results of these experimental studies will be presented. In addition, the data has been used to benchmark a code developed at the Institute of Electromagnetic Research. A comparison of the experimental and simulation results will also be presented.