Send and receive messages over CAN bus
Controller Area Network (CAN network) is a vehicle bus standard that allows microcontrollers and devices to communicate with each other within a vehicle. CAN is a message-based protocol originally designed for automotive applications, but it is also used in other areas such as industrial automation.
Common tasks for interacting with a CAN network include:
- Connecting your PC to your CAN network using a variety of supported CAN interface hardware
- Sending and receiving messages using XCP protocol
- Filtering CAN messages
- Using CAN database files to encode and decode messages
- Generating code from CAN Simulink blocks
For more information, see MATLAB®, Simulink®, and Vehicle Network Toolbox™.
Examples and How To
CAN Bus Communication from MATLAB
See also: Data Acquisition, Test and Measurement