Integrating Simulink model with VisualDSP++ Project

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This recording shows how to create VisualDSP libraries from Simulink models.
Updated 1 Sep 2016

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This short recording of about 13 minutes describes the steps to follow when generating code from a Simulink model (MATLAB code could be part of this model using the embedded MATLAB block) and integrating it the VisualDSP++ IDDE project. The objective is to show the process by which an algorithm in MATLAB/Simulink could be integrated into an larger existing project.
One of the applications of this approach is creating complete standalone examples on standard EZ-Kit or custom boards, whcih typically have an example feed-through project containing the necessary ADC/DAC driver code. The DLB library then created from a Simulink model could just be called from this feed-through project thus creating a standalone version of your Simulink algorithm running on the hardware. In this example we are using a SHARC 21364 EZ-kit. This approach could be extended to any other board containing supported Analog Devices Blackfin, SHARC, and TigerSHARC processors.

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Arvind (2024). Integrating Simulink model with VisualDSP++ Project (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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