Is it possible to use my matlab code as input for arduino , if yes please help me and tell the procedure to interface arduino with matlab.? thanks in advance.

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I have a matrix variable 't' in my matlab code which contains some values say 1,2,3,4 etc. Now I want to interface this code to arduino such that if the matrix 't' contains value '1' then one of the pin in arduino say pin11 should get a output for me which I would like to use for switching.If 't' contains value '2' then another pin in arduino should act as output. Is it possible for me to get this output?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 28 Mar 2017
Edited: Walter Roberson on 28 Mar 2017
Yes.
  1. You can create a Simulink model with a switch block
  2. you can write C code for the arduino side to implement your logic
  3. as it is possible to designate each of the pins individually, you can write the logic all in MATLAB.

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