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j1939ParameterGroup

Create J1939 parameter group

Syntax

pg = j1939ParameterGroup(database,name)

Description

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pg = j1939ParameterGroup(database,name) creates a parameter group using the name defined in the specified database.

Examples

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This example shows how to attach a database to a parameter group name and view the signal information in the group.

Create a database handle.

db = canDatabase('C:\j1939Demo.dbc');

Create a parameter group.

pg = j1939ParameterGroup(db,'PackedData')
pg = 

  ParameterGroup with properties:

   Protocol Data Unit Details:
   ---------------------------
                  Name: 'PackedData'
                   PGN: 57344
              Priority: 6
         PDUFormatType: 'Peer-to-Peer (Type 1)'
         SourceAddress: 50
    DestinationAddress: 255

   Data Details:
   -------------
             Timestamp: 0
                  Data: [255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255]
               Signals: [1x1 struct]

   Other Information:
   ------------------
              UserData: []

Examine the signals in the parameter group.

pg.Signals
ans = 

       ToggleSwitch: -1
       SliderSwitch: -1
       RockerSwitch: -1
    RepeatingStairs: 255
         PushButton: 1

Input Arguments

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Handle to CAN database, specified as a CAN database object. The specified database contains J1939 parameter group definitions.

Example: db = canDatabase('C:\database.dbc')

Parameter group name, specified as a character vector or string. The name must match the name specified in the attached CAN database.

Example: 'pgName'

Data Types: char | string

Introduced in R2015b

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