Is there an example ARM9 (STR9) target for Real-Time Workshop and Simulink using the GNU ARM Compiler and Hitex STR9-comStick?

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I am interested in generating code using Real-Time Workshop that can be embedded on a ARM9 processor. In particular, I am targeting the Hitex STR9-comStick. I want to be able to simulate my model and then generate algorithmic code onto the STR9 processor. I would also like to run processor-in-the-loop (PIL) testing to verify the behavior of my model running as code on the embedded processor.

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MathWorks Support Team
MathWorks Support Team on 11 Oct 2011
A demo kit containing example models, code generation files, and an instruction guide on generating code for ARM9 (STR9) processor for the Hitex STR9-comStick using the GNU ARM compiler and Hitex HiTOP IDE/Debugger can be found in the Related Documents section of this solution.
The instruction guide explains the steps needed to run the demo that shows how to generate code for the processor and run processor-in-the-loop testing.
The intent of the demo kit is to provide a working example that end users can use as a base to create their own target solution using the Real-Time Workshop and its Customizing Targets guide. The intent is not to provide a full featured and maintained Embedded Target product as may be provided by MathWorks or third-party products listed in supported hardware page. However, if you have questions on this solution, please send an e-mail to
Note: This solution uses several third-party products to compile and download the C code to the ARM9 (STR9) processors. Evaluation versions were used but the demo kit also supports full versions of these products. The installation guide identifies the specific releases versions used and provides information with links on how to obtain these products, but these details may change. Contact the third-party vendors with questions or information on how to obtain the third-party products.

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