This model shows how to send Binary data over a serial link.
The transmitted data are:
[8,5,170,1,N,170,2,44,M]. This byte stream contains two "messages" along with other elements as defined below.
The first byte,
8, is a count of the remaining number of bytes in the stream.
The second byte,
5, is an extraneous value (EV).
[170,1,N] is message 1 (M1).
[170,2,44,M] is message 2 (M2).
M are numbers between
255 that are incremenenting and decrementing, respectively.
Even though the data stream includes extraneous bytes (
5 in this case), the FIFO Read BINARY block can handle and ignore this extra information. Scope 1 displays the received message 1 data. Scope 2 displays the received message 2 data.