TimingTool is designed to give
electronics engineers an easy to use graphical interface for
entering and editing timing diagrams commonly seen in digital
TimingTool is intuitive in use
and always presents the most useful properties of selected objects
for easy access.
Diagrams for analysis, design
and documentation may be created quickly and efficiently,
benefiting workflow saving time and money.
Documentation – Diagrams may be exported in a variety of
formats for documentation. All common graphics and word
processing packages are supported with bitmap, scalable
vector and pdf formats.
Timing Analysis –
The parameter driven timing analysis engine automatically
calculates delay paths, set-up and hold violations, measures and
guarantees. Complex timing problems may be quickly identified and
Automated HDL test bench
Generation – TimingTool has the capability of
translating a timing diagram into HDL (VHDL or Verilog) to aid
productivity when producing test benches and other forms of
timing related HDL code.
Timing Diagrams on the
Web – Data sheets may be exported directly to HTML for
instant publication to the web/intranet. Timing diagrams can be
uploaded to on-line work areas. These may be accessed globally
with TimingTool-Lite the free-to-use on-line timing diagram
editor, enabling development teams to share information between
sites and offices.
Adaptable – A
powerful macro scripting language permits TimingTool Editor to
perform custom tasks. Use macros to perform specialised exports or
Si2 TDML Standard –
TimingTool documents are completely TDML compliant. TDML is
based standard for recording timing diagram information,
which has been developed by the Si2 organisation.
TimingTool Lite is a free-to-use tool with most of the features of TimingTool
Editor presented as an on-line applet. TimingTool Lite may be used freely from an Internet connected PC using
any Java enabled browser. (Java version 1.5 or higher.)
Documentation – Diagrams
may be output in a number of formats just like the full
Timing Diagrams on the
Web – Work on Timing
diagrams in personal work areas and access on-line via
TimingTool-Lite anywhere within reach of the Internet. Use
TimingTool Lite to share information between sites and offices.
Free to use –
TimingTool Lite is, and
always will be, free to use. Why? We believe that this kind of
tool should be freely available for education, further, engineers
are able to try TimingTool without obligation and may go on to
purchase the full application. Advertising on our website helps
to offset the costs of providing this service.
TimingTool License Server
TimingTool License Server is
provided without additional charge to those users who opt for
The TimingTool floating license
system is a simple way to manage licenses. A rugged server
application runs on a designated server PC. The server is
maintained using a simple administrative application launched on any client
Should the server be lost due to network or other problems, the
client TimingTool applications continue to run for a short while.
If the server remains unavailable, TimingTool will pop-up a
message saying that the server connection is lost and the user
may choose to save his work and exit or wait until the server is
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