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Target Support Package 4.0
Deploy generated code onto embedded processors, microcontrollers, and DSPs
Target Support Package lets you deploy code generated from MathWorks products for real-time execution on embedded microprocessors, microcontrollers, and DSPs. Using Target Support Package, you can integrate peripheral devices and real-time operating systems with algorithms created using Simulink models, Stateflow charts, and the Embedded MATLAB language subset without writing low-level drivers and run-time code. The resulting executable can be deployed onto embedded hardware for on-target rapid prototyping, real-time performance analysis, and field production.
Support for generating executables that include algorithm, device-driver, and scheduler code Target-specific code and blocks for analog I/O, digital I/O, pulse-width modulation, waveform measurement, serial communication, CAN, and other peripherals Multitasking scheduling using synchronous and asynchronous tasks, task preemption, and temporary task overruns Interactive parameter tuning and monitoring of real-time applications using Simulink external mode Specialized block libraries for Ethernet host and target communication Optimized assembly code and blocks for Texas Instruments signal processing, IQMath, and Digital Motor Control libraries Support for the following processor families: Texas Instruments C2000 and C6000, Analog Devices Blackfin, Freescale MPC5xx, Infineon C166, and STMicroelectronics ST10
Combining Simulink, Real-Time Workshop, Embedded IDE Link, and Target Support Package to provide an integrated environment for designing, simulating, implementing, and verifying embedded systems using processors from different vendors.
Working with Target Support Package Target Support Package is part of a complete design flow for prototyping and implementing a wide variety of embedded applications. You construct system models and real-time algorithms using Simulink blocks and add-on blockset libraries. The model can be developed with fixed- or floating-point data. With Target Support Package,
you insert blocks for optimized functions and board peripherals based on your embedded hardware. You can then use Target Support Package along with Real-Time Workshop, Embedded IDE Link, and third-party development tools to automate the process of generating algorithm code and compiling, linking, downloading, and executing it on your hardware board. Third-Party Tool Integration Target Support Package is tightly integrated with third-party tools through Embedded IDE Link. As a result, it is easy to automatically build, download, and run your applications on hardware and to launch the debugger for debugging and verifying prototyping or production code. Hardware Configuration Target Support Package includes graphical user interfaces that simplify hardware configuration. You can control target environment parameters and build options in Simulink. On supported boards, you can access I/O, peripherals, and other utilities via Simulink dialog boxes. This access streamlines the analysis and enables transitions between simulation and real-time deployment.
Target Preferences library, used to preconfigure a model targeting either standard prototyping or custom boards that contain C2000 processors.
Real-Time Deployment Target Support Package lets you add device driver blocks to your model, generate and build real-time code, and download the code to hardware. You can also integrate your model with hand-coded I/O drivers. Target Support Package can then execute the code using on-target rapid prototyping to evaluate algorithm performance on production hardware. You can also deploy and execute the code in a production environment.
Application Download Target Support Package lets you download the code onto the hardware using third-party software tools. Depending on your hardware, the selected tool is launched automatically at the end of the build process. The generated executable is then downloaded and executed. On some hardware, you can also use JTAG, CAN, or serial communication to download the executable to flash or RAM memory and automatically start the execution in real time. Alternatively, you can launch a third-party debugger to execute code on an instruction set simulator (ISS) running on the host PC. Schedulers and Real-Time Operating System Target Support Package includes a variety of single-tasking, multitasking, synchronous, and asynchronous schedulers. A preemptive, multitasking scheduler supports the execution of multirate systems. You can configure this scheduler to enable temporary overruns, maximizing processor utilization when a task takes longer than normal to execute. An asynchronous scheduler lets you create multiple tasks, tie each task to a specific hardware interrupt, and use it to trigger the execution of a task. You can prioritize each task, enabling higher priority tasks to interrupt lower priority tasks at any time. This approach improves response times in your embedded application. It also lets you implement algorithms that could not be implemented with traditional periodic timer interrupts. You can assign background tasks to run while the system is idle without the involvement of a hardware interrupt, enabling you to control the execution schedule for noncritical tasks. All nonreserved CPU and PIE interrupts are supported by the asynchronous scheduler. Logical interrupt priorities are assigned to each interrupt-driven task that you specify. The generated code automatically incorporates these priorities. On selected Texas Instruments hardware, you can design and implement advanced embedded systems that use the DSP/BIOS operating system. The Hardware Interrupt block lets you create an interrupt service routine (ISR) that executes a subsystem or a task that you define using the Task block. Real-Time Parameter Tuning and Signal Logging Using Simulink external mode, you can log signals and tune parameters in your algorithm running on the hardware in real time without a calibration tool. As a result, you can execute your algorithm using different parameters without recompiling and downloading the code onto the hardware. Depending on your hardware, an Ethernet, CAN, or serial connection is required. You may also use a third-party calibration tool such as CANape from Vector Cantech, which requires the use of a CAN connection between host and target.
C6000 Target Communication, Scheduling, and DSP/BIOS libraries (clockwise from left). These libraries help you design and implement UDP or Ethernet communication, and schedule code segments to be executed by interrupt service routines in response to hardware interrupts or as tasks enabled by external triggers on a Texas Instruments C6000 processor.
Device Drivers for Simulation and Code Generation The I/O device driver library in Target Support Package includes device driver blocks for on-board peripherals such as digital I/O, pulse-width modulation (PWM), waveform measurement, CAN communication, serial communication, analog output, and analog-to-digital conversion modules. Device drivers for vendor-specific peripherals, such as quadrature decode, programmable time accumulator, MIOS, QADC, ePWM, TPU, TouCAN, eCAN, and eQEP, are also available. If a specific driver is not available, Target Support Package includes information on integrating your drivers with the Simulink model. When you generate code, device drivers are automatically integrated with your algorithm in the resulting code. CAN Communication Target Support Package offers an extensive range of capabilities to support the development of systems with built-in CAN communication. Depending on the peripherals available on the hardware, it can send and receive standard or extended CAN messages using on-board CAN modules. You can specify a number of execution modes, including FIFO and priority-based message transmission. Blocks for decoding and formatting CAN messages enable you to insert multiple signals into a single CAN message to increase bandwidth. The reverse operation, message unpacking, extracts multiple signals from a single incoming CAN message. The CAN Calibration Protocol (CCP) block supports a subset of CCP and enables the use of Simulink external mode or a third-party calibration tool.
CAN driver library blocks for host PC CAN hardware or TouCAN modules on the MPC5xx in Target Support Package.
Ethernet Communication You can design and implement systems that involve Ethernet communicationsfrom host to target, target to host, or target to networkusing send and receive blocks. You can assemble and disassemble Ethernet data packets and perform byte manipulation. Video and Audio Drivers You can design and implement video processing systems that involve live, real-time video inputs and outputs. You can capture analog video data from video-input ports and convert it to supported digital formats. Drivers are provided to output digital video data as an analog signal from a video-out port. You can add text and other graphics to the output video stream.
For certain audio peripherals in starter kits and evaluation boards, blocks that encapsulate device drivers are provided to directly read and write analog data between the peripheral and the algorithm running on the processor. These blocks enable turnkey prototyping of your algorithms. Code Optimization You can manually optimize the generated code in the third-party software environment. Alternatively, for computationally intensive real-time applications that demand optimal execution speed and a high degree of accuracy, you can optimize the code by replacing corresponding portions of your Simulink diagram with blocks from vendor-specific libraries that call optimized assembly routines. These blocks simulate bit-true in Simulink. Target Support Package produces function calls to assembler implementations of these blocks in the generated code, which increases the efficiency and performance of critical portions of your design as compared with equivalent ANSI C code. Target Function Library Together with Embedded IDE Link, you can also use Target Function Libraries to obtain target optimized code. With Target Function Libraries, the ANSI C code generated for certain operators and functions is replaced by prebuilt target-optimized code. You do not have to add or replace blocks as described above because Target Function Libraries work directly with standard Simulink blocks, Stateflow charts, and Embedded MATLAB functions. Supported Hardware Devices and Vendors Target Support Package supports processors from multiple vendors, including Analog Devices, Freescale, Infineon, STMicroelectronics, and Texas Instruments. Target Support Package is compatible with third-party hardware boards from vendors such as Axiom, PHYTEC, and Spectrum Digital. You can find more information at the supported third-party board Web page.
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Individual Concurrent Notes 1. 5. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 14. 23. 25. 29. 30. 32. 33. 38. Prerequisite for all other products Requires Control System Toolbox Requires Filter Design Toolbox Requires Financial Toolbox Requires Fixed-Point Toolbox Requires Image Processing Toolbox Requires MATLAB Compiler Requires Optimization Toolbox Requires Signal Processing Toolbox Requires Simulink Requires Statistics Toolbox Requires Symbolic Math Toolbox Available only on Windows 32 Available only on Windows 32, Windows 64 Not available on Solaris 64
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Requires Aerospace Toolbox Requires Communications Toolbox Requires Control System Toolbox Requires Fixed-Point Toolbox Requires Image Processing Toolbox Requires MATLAB Report Generator Requires Optimization Toolbox Requires Real-Time Workshop Requires RF Toolbox Requires Signal Processing Blockset Requires Signal Processing Toolbox Requires Simscape Requires Simulink Requires Simulink Fixed Point Requires Simulink Verification and Validation Requires Stateflow Available only on Windows 32 Not available on Intel Mac, Windows 64 Not available on Solaris 64 Not available on Windows 64, Solaris 64 Requires MATLAB or PolySpace Client for C/C++
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2. Requires access to Parallel Computing Toolbox 34. MATLAB not required 45. Each Jumpstart Service accommodates up to five attendees
Workers.. 15,000. Workers.. 18,500. Workers.. 21,500. Workers.. 25,000. Workers.. 27,500.
Application Development with MATLAB Jumpstart Service - 3 days 45 Financial Application Development with MATLAB Jumpstart Service - 3 days 45 MATLAB Report Generator and Simulink Report Generator Jumpstart Service - 2 days Model-Based Calibration Toolbox Jumpstart Service - 2 days 45 Real-Time Workshop Embedded Coder Jumpstart Service - 3 days 45 SimHydraulics Jumpstart Service - 2 days 45 SimPowerSystems Jumpstart Service - 2 days 45 Simscape Jumpstart Service - 2 days 45 Simulink Verification and Validation Jumpstart Service - 3 days 45 Target Support Package TC2 (for TIs C2000 DSP) Jumpstart Service - 4 days 45 Target Support Package TC6 (for TIs C6000 DSP) Jumpstart Service - 4 days 45 xPC Target Jumpstart Service - 3 days 45
Price (per 5 attendees) 3,750 3,750 2,500 2,500 3,750 2,500 2,500 2,500 3,750 5,000 5,000 3,750
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