Extract data frames (not recommended)
Simulink® Real-Time™ Library of Drivers No Longer Recommended for Use.
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This block is used to extract data frames. Its input port is
typically connected to an output port of a digital I/O block. The
block has one input port of data type
scalar). This port represents the data frame entity from which the
signals are extracted and leaving the block at its output ports. The
number of output ports and the data type of each output port depend
on the settings in the block dialog box. See CAN
Bit-Unpacking for an example of how to use a bit-unpacking
Lets you define the bit patterns in a flexible way. The data type entered in the field must be a MATLAB® cell array vector. The number of elements in the cell array define the number of output ports shown by this block instance. The cell array elements must be of type double array and define the position of each bit of the incoming value (data typed output port) in the incoming uint32 value (data frame).
Select this check box to enable sign extension. If you select
this check box and unpack the data frame into a signed type (
int32), the block performs sign extension. For
example, if the bit pattern is
[0:4], and the data
int8, you are extracting 5 bits into an
8-bit wide signed type. In this case, bits 5, 6, and 7 are the same
as bit 4, resulting in sign extension. This functionality enables
you to pack and unpack negative numbers without losing precision.
In the example from CAN Bit-Unpacking,
you can pack and unpack numbers in the range
[-16 : 15] (a
From a data type perspective (output ports), the block behaves
like a Simulink Source block. Therefore, the data types of the
output ports must be defined in this field. The data type entered
must be a MATLAB cell array vector of the same length as the
bit pattern cell array. The cell array elements must be of type
define the data type of the corresponding output port. The following
values are supported:
This block inherits the sample time of the driving blocks.