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UDP

UDP transport protocol; UDP utilities

UDP (Universal Datagram Protocol) is a transport protocol for communicating between the target computer and other systems or devices. For more information about the UDP standard, see www.iso.org.

To model a UDP network, use the UDP protocol blocks. These blocks use the same target computer Ethernet port as the target computer uses to communicate with the development computer. For detailed information about the Ethernet port, see the manufacturer documentation.

See UDP Transport Protocol.

Blocks

Byte Reversal/Change Endianess Reverse little-endian data for big-endian processor
Byte Packing Construct data frames
UDP Receive Receive UDP packets over the Ethernet link between development and target computers
UDP Send Send UDP packets over the Ethernet link between development and target computers
Byte Unpacking Deconstruct data frames

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