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Welcome to TTool-AMS

What is TTool-AMS?

TTool-AMS from LIP6 is an extension to TTool from Télécom Paris. This extension allows the edition of SySML-like diagrams representing SystemC-AMS clusters, stand-alone simulation of generated virtual protoytpes under SystemC-AMS and co-simulation with SoCLib. It is now part of the main TTool distribution.

We currently support the combination of the following two simulators:

SystemC 2.3.1, from Accellera Systems Initiative and SystemC AMS extensions PoC2.1 Library, hosted by COSEDA, spin-off of Fraunhofer IIS

Who should use TTool-AMS?

Anyone interested by a free and open-source environment for modeling embedded systems - hardware or software elements - including digital and analog/mixed signal components. The particular strength of TTool-AMS is that it allows running embedded software on the digital part. Full-system simulation with an embedded micro-kernel MutekH and the SoCLib library is supported. All these are free software.

How can I use TTool-AMS?

TTool-AMS is an extension to TTool, an open-source software that can be installed and executed under most Operating Systems. More precisely, it has been tested under Windows, MacOS, Linux.

TTool-AMS is under development, tested features are accessible under the -experimental option, which also activated other recent, bus tested features of TTool.

We do encourage you to contact the team at TPT if necessary (see the support section for more information), for problems like installating TTool, using a specific profile, performing formal proofs, and so on. For questions concerning the AMS extension and the SoCLib virtual prototype, please contact daniela.genius@….

Links: installing TTool, downloading TTool


Installation and User documentation

Installation documentation for co-simulation with SoCLib


Virtual Machine

A virtual machine, based on Ubuntu, offers a pre-installed environment containing a regularly updated version of TTool with stable AMS features, SoCLib, SystemC, SysteC-AMS (credits go to [ Accellera]) and cross-compilers for MIPS32. It can be extended by other cross-compilers (see documentation). The latest version of the virtual machine is available from our ftp server.