User Datagram Protocol (UDP) is a transport protocol layered on top of the Internet Protocol (IP). Use the UDP interface for reading and writing both binary data and ASCII data. You can read and write to servers, computers, instruments, and use applications such as streaming video and audio, point-of-sale systems, and other business applications.
Connect and Configure
|Connect to UDP socket|
|Start or stop echo UDP server|
|Set terminator for ASCII string communication with UDP socket|
|Set callback function and trigger condition for communication with UDP socket|
|Set multicast properties for communication with UDP socket|
|UDP Explorer||Create UDP socket and communicate over networks using UDP|
- Create a UDP Object and View Properties
Create a UDP object to establish a connection between MATLAB® and the remote host.
- UDP Communication Between Two Hosts
These are the minimum steps required to communicate between two hosts over UDP.
- Write and Read ASCII Data Over UDP
Explore ASCII write and read operations with a UDP object.
- Write and Read Binary Data Over UDP
Explore binary write and read operations with a UDP object.
- Use Callbacks for UDP Communication
Enhance UDP communication by executing a callback function when a specified event occurs.
- TCP/IP and UDP Comparison
Compare the TCP/IP and UDP protocols to determine which to use.
- Transition Your Code to udpport Interface
Connect to a UDP socket using
Troubleshoot the UDP interface.
Troubleshoot connecting to a UDP socket.
Troubleshoot when you receive no data and you get the warning message: 'udpport' unable to read any data.
Troubleshoot when you receive some data and you get the warning message: 'udpport' unable to read all requested data.