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Sreeram Mohan

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29 Oct 2009 Matlab Link to Quartus II Uses Tcl script utility of the quartus II EDA tool to automate the design flow from a matlab GUI Author: Sreeram Mohan altera quartus ii, matlab link to quartu..., matlab link to altera, vhdl 17 4
25 Sep 2009 Screenshot Arduino meets MATLAB Matlab Linked to Arduino Author: Sreeram Mohan arduino, microncontroller, measurement, data acquisition 55 14
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28 Jul 2011 Embedded Coder Support Package for Beagle Board Simulink block library for creating standalone applications for the Beagle Board Author: MathWorks Classroom Resources Team

In the past i have used a logitech 9000 webcam pro and it seems to work fine with the beagleboards !

I referred to this video while i did one of my video projects.

http://tenettech.com/beagleboard/?p=110

Hope this helps
--sreeram

14 Jul 2011 Arduino meets MATLAB Matlab Linked to Arduino Author: Sreeram Mohan

Hi Alex is ,

Looks like what u need to do is the reverse of what my file submission does !

Instead of the fscanf u could do a fprintf to the com port that is assigned to the arduino on the PC and pass in the sinewave values from matlab !

Hope this helps !

--sreeram

14 Jul 2011 Arduino meets MATLAB Matlab Linked to Arduino Author: Sreeram Mohan

hi fremond khoo ,

Potentiometers are generally analog inputs which can be easily read through the pins on the arduino ! refer to the analogIn functions and a simple schematic on the arduino playground on how to do it !

Further the only interface through which the arduino can talk to any other software on a host (PC) is basically through the serial port.

so having said that
analogin --> Arduino --> serial.print --> matlab code

should be the psuedo path !

Hope this helps !

--sreeram

18 Feb 2010 Matlab Link to Quartus II Uses Tcl script utility of the quartus II EDA tool to automate the design flow from a matlab GUI Author: Sreeram Mohan

Hi Mustapha,

By 500 data do you mean the number of signals , if so the waveform viewer within Quartus II shold still be a right fit as i remember debugging with a high signal count. A wise thing to do would be to see if the setting of the Simulation helps to achieve the same.

An other option is to try this
http://www.altera.com/products/software/quartus-ii/modelsim/qts-modelsim-index.html

Since the tool is free and there is an excellent video demos by these guys !

Sreeram

16 Feb 2010 Matlab Link to Quartus II Uses Tcl script utility of the quartus II EDA tool to automate the design flow from a matlab GUI Author: Sreeram Mohan

Hi Mustapha,

There are two different ways to validate the design :
1) A functional verification
2) In system verification

Functional verification is device independent and it could be done using a simulator in-built within Quartus II or dedicated tools like ModelSim, EDA Simulator Link tool from the mathworks. In-order to read the test vectors that your C code generated you will have to output the test vectors to a file and then model sim can read the text file's input.
The pre-requisite to get started is to explore how to write testbenches and this will easily solve the issue.

2) In system verification is a technique to test the circuitry that you designed within the programmable device like the FPGA/CPLD and there are dedicated tools that enable debugging as well as probing signals within the circuit. In quartus II you could use the Signal Tap II logic analyzer to achieve this .

Finally, as a design approach a HDL design always starts with a functional verification and i think that is what you should be doing first!

Hope this helps !

sreeram

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22 May 2014 Arduino meets MATLAB Matlab Linked to Arduino Author: Sreeram Mohan senevirathne, thilina

20 Oct 2012 Arduino meets MATLAB Matlab Linked to Arduino Author: Sreeram Mohan Joseph

Thanks for this one. However, I am using gizDuino MiniUSB with ATEM328. Unlike Arduino Uno, gizDuino is being read by the computer as "libusb" not as coneected in communication port. Therefore I have the problem of identifying what COM port to be use. Can you help me figure out how to solve my problem?

28 Jul 2012 Arduino meets MATLAB Matlab Linked to Arduino Author: Sreeram Mohan Memon, Muhammad Awais

Hi
i tried to interface arduino uno with matlab using command
a=arduino('COM3')
but facing errors like undefined function
can anyone help me out??

07 Mar 2012 Arduino meets MATLAB Matlab Linked to Arduino Author: Sreeram Mohan Hossam

I would like to know how to send bytes from the arduino to matlab, and these bytes are packets for an image ? I would like to display the image on matlab. I would be grateful to who answers me :)

15 Feb 2012 Arduino meets MATLAB Matlab Linked to Arduino Author: Sreeram Mohan Suresh

I don't see anything on the graph.

I have a Microcontroller board(Arduino Uno) that sends data between 1 - 1024(digits)for every 1000 mili seconds to the COM port 5 of Windows XP PC.

I want to receive this data in to MatLab and display a graph of Time versus Data. I want to display both Static and Dynamic or whichever is possible easily.

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