MATLAB Coder™, Simulink Coder™, and Embedded Coder® generate ANSI/ISO C/C++ code that can be compiled and executed on Freescale™ processors. Embedded Coder lets you easily configure the code generated from MATLAB® and Simulink® algorithms to control software interfaces, optimize execution performance, and minimize memory consumption.
Freescale processor families compatible with Embedded Coder generated code include:
|8 bit||16 bit||32 bit|
|HC08 MCUs||HC12, HC16 MCUs||MPC7xxx, MPC8xxx Power Architecture® (PowerPC®)|
|HC05, HC11 MCUs||HCS12, S12X MCUs||MPC5xxx (Qorivva) Power Architecture Automotive MCUs|
|RS08, S08 MCUs||DSP5685x, DSP56F8xx DSCs||Kinetis ARM® Cortex MCUs|
|MC56F8xx DSCs||ColdFire+/ColdFire® MCUs|
|Vybrid Controller Solutions|
|i.MX Application Processors|
|QorIQ, PowerQUICC Processors|
Using Freescale toolboxes based on Embedded Coder, you can generate code from your Simulink models and implement it directly on the supported processors listed below, generate processor-optimized code, perform processor-in-the-loop (PIL) tests with execution profiling, and use a full set of I/O devices and peripherals.
Freescale RAppID Toolbox support includes:
Freescale Motor Control Development Toolbox support includes:
You can also use Embedded Coder to create your own Freescale processor-specific customizations using published APIs and reference examples. For example, you can generate processor-specific (non- ANSI) optimized code.
MathWorks does not offer an Embedded Coder Hardware Support Package for the devices listed on this page. Third Party Connection hardware and software products may exist, and MathWorks Consulting Services is available to aid with hardware integrations.
Any Freescale hardware listed above