Simulink: Designing Ports for ARM Cortex M4
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i am using the Tower System with a ARM Cortex M4 from freescale. I want to toggle a LED on the Tower System. I downloaded the embedded coder and simulink coder. For arduino there are Blocks for GPIO Ports. You have only to get the support package. For the Tower System with Cortex M4 there are not GPIO Ports Blocks to use.
So i have to design my own Simulink Blocks to read and write a GPIO Port. Have someone any idea how i can do that? Or have someone any sheets where i can learn something about that?
Thank you for your help. Best Regards Armend
Michelle Wu on 16 Feb 2017
Please find below the product page for the Embedded Coder Support Package for ARM Cortex-M Processors:
I am assuming that you have came across the link above, and possibly even have installed the support package yourself. Unfortunately, the hardware you are using is not fully supported yet. According to the webpage above, you may be able to customize your own ARM-based board by using the published APIs and reference examples.
One of the fully supported hardware is TI C2000 Concerto F28M3x 32-bit microcontrollers (MCU), which is based on dual core of combining an ARM Cortex-M3 core with a TI C2000’s C28x. The support package is available for download separately. It may be a good idea to take a look at the this support package and see what you can apply to your own hardware. The product page is attached below:
Also feel free to submit a request for hardware support at the following link:
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