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TCP/UDP/IP Toolbox 2.0.6

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TCP/UDP/IP Toolbox 2.0.6

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13 Mar 2001 (Updated )

TCP/IP connections or UDP packets in MATLAB

Editor's Notes:

TCP/IP connectivity is also included in The MathWorks Instrument Control Toolbox:

http://www.mathworks.com/products/instrument/

udp_plotter_demo.m
function udp_plotter_demo(lport)
% UDP_PLOTTER_DEMO - Opens a figure and starts to listen for UDP packages to plot.
% Syntax: 
%   UDP_PLOTTER_DEMO
% or
%   UDP_PLOTTER_DEMO localport
%
% This script is a demo that listen for a UDP packet (default port 3333) and 
% uses PLOT to dplay the sequence of doubles in the packet.
%
% (C) 2002 Peter Rydester
  
  % Add default argument
  if nargin<1, lport=3333; end
  % Write help message
  disp ' ';
  disp 'To send packages to be plotted use e.g.';
  disp(sprintf('   Use:   udp_send_demo sin(0:0.1:6)  '));
  disp 'or';
  disp(sprintf('   Use:   udp_send_demo sin(0:0.1:6)  HOSTNAME'));
  disp ' ';
  disp 'To send a package to be plotted';
  % Open figure window
  fg=figure;
  clf; axis; drawnow;
  % Open  udpsocket and bind udp port adress to it.
  udp=pnet('udpsocket',lport);
  % Use timeout to not block forever, makes it possible to update resized window.
  try,
    while 1,
      % Wait/Read udp packet to reed buffer
      len=pnet(udp,'readpacket');
      if len>0,
	% if packet larger then 1 byte then read maximum of 1000 doubles in network byte order
	data=pnet(udp,'read',1000,'double');
	figure(fg);
	% .... and plot doubles in axis.
	plot(data);
      end
      drawnow;
    end
  end
  % On break or error close udpconnection and figure window.
  pnet(udp,'close');
  delete(fg);
  return;

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