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MathWorks outs support packages for ARM processor sol'ns

Posted: 04 Nov 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Cortex-M? DSP? PIL?

MathWorks has rolled out Simulink, DSP System Tool-box and Embedded Coder support packages to generate code optimised for ARM Cortex-M series processors. Available with Release 2013b, the MATLAB and Simulink support packages offer three levels of integration support, noted the firm.

The Simulink, DSP System Tool-box and Embedded Coder can generate code for ARM's CMSIS DSP library to produce optimised performance of DSP filters (for any ARM Cortex-M processor). The Simulink and Embedded Coder can build and test the optimised code using Processor-in-the-Loop (PIL) testing based on GCC and the QEMU host emulator (for ARM Cortex-M3 processors). It can also generate code for device drivers and enables hardware I/O for ST's STM32F4 Discovery Board (for ARM Cortex-M4 processors).

The ARM optimised code offers up to ten times execution performance improvement over ANSI/ISO C and supports MATLAB code, Simulink blocks and DSP System Tool-box filters. ARM provides an integration that automates build and execution of the ARM optimised code, generated from Simulink, for the ARM MDK package.

Support Packages for Simulink, DSP System Tool-box and Embedded Coder are available immediately.

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