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Create J1939 signal timetable from J1939 parameter group timetable

Since R2021a


sigTables = j1939SignalTimetable(pgTable) converts a timetable of J1939 parameter group information into individual timetables of signal values. The function returns a structure with a field for each unique parameter group in the timetable. Each field value is a timetable of all the signals in that parameter group. Use this form of syntax to convert an entire set of parameter groups in a single function call.


sigTables = j1939SignalTimetable(pgTable,"ParameterGroups",pgNames) returns signal timetables for only the parameter groups specified by pgNames, which can specify one or more parameter group names. Use this form of syntax to quickly convert only a subset of parameter groups into signal timetables.

sigTables = j1939SignalTimetable(___,"IncludeAddresses",true) adds source and destination addresses to each J1939 signal timetable. The default argument value is false, in which case the J1939 signal timetables do not include addresses.



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Create J1939 signal timetables from all data in a J1939 parameter group timetable.

sigTables = j1939SignalTimetable(pgTable);

Create J1939 signal timetables from only specified J1939 parameter groups in a timetable.

sigTable1 = j1939SignalTimetable(pgTable,"ParameterGroups","pgName");
sigTable2 = j1939SignalTimetable(pgTable,"ParameterGroups",{"pgName1","pgName2"});

Input Arguments

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J1939 parameter groups, specified as a timetable.

J1939 parameter group names, specified as a character vector, string, or array.

Data Types: char | string | cell

Output Arguments

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J1939 signals, returned as a structure. The structure field names correspond to the parameter groups of the input, and each field value is a timetable of J1939 signals.

Data Types: struct

Version History

Introduced in R2021a