Here a list of the TLM-2.0 resources available right here on the Doulos website:
- Getting Started with TLM-2.0
- TLM-2.0 Base Protocol Checker This open-source protocol checker will help you create models that are compliant to the TLM-2.0 standard.
- Complete TLM-2.0 AT Example (advanced level)
- What's New in TLM-2.0.1?
- Bus Locking and Snooping (from NASCUG at DAC 2009) Here you will find the example files to accompany the OSCI video tutorial on TLM-2.0 extensions
- The TLM-2.0 Standard - Review and FAQ (from OSCI tutorial at DVCon 2010). Here you will find the presentation slides that accompany the first part of the video tutorial on The OSCI TLM-2.0 Standard and Synthesis Subset
TLM-2.0 and TLM-2.0.1
The final version of the OSCI TLM-2.0 Standard was first released in June 2008, and an updated version TLM-2.0.1, including the OSCI TLM-2.0 LRM, was released in July 2009. Below you will find a brief video outlining the main features of the TLM-2.0 standard. You can read about the specific changes in the TLM-2.0.1 release here.
What is TLM-2.0?
John Aynsley, Doulos CTO, gives a short video introduction to the OSCI TLM-2.0 Standard.
Getting Started with TLM-2.0
A Series of Tutorials based on a set of Simple, Complete Examples
- Tutorial 1 - Sockets, Generic Payload, Blocking Transport
- Tutorial 2 - Response Status, DMI and Debug Transport
- Tutorial 3 - Routing Methods through Interconnect Components
- Example 4 - Non-blocking Transport, Payload Event Queues, Memory Management
- Example 5 - Temporal Decoupling, Multiple Initiators and Targets
- Example 6 - Multi-sockets, Non-blocking Transport
This video describes how the TLM-2.0 standard helps achieve interoperability between transaction level models of system-on-chip components.
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