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Custom I/O Drivers

Custom I/O drivers and blocks

Because of the unique requirements of your board, you can be required to write a custom driver for your board. To write a custom driver, you need information such as the following:

  • The bus that the hardware is running on

  • Whether the driver must handle interrupts or DMA

  • Whether there are block parameters to configure

For a simple driver, Simulink® Real-Time™ provides an authoring tool to generate the basic files.

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