MATLAB Coder™, Simulink Coder™, and Embedded Coder® generate ANSI/ISO C/C++ code that can be compiled and executed on Texas Instruments™ processors. Embedded Coder lets you easily configure the code generated from MATLAB® and Simulink® algorithms to control software interfaces, optimize execution performance, and minimize memory consumption.
The TI processor families compatible with Embedded Coder ANSI/ISO C-code generation include:
|Microcontrollers||ARM Based Processors||Digital Signal Processors|
|MSP430™||Tiva™ C Series – M4
|C6000™ Power Optimized|
||TMS570 Cortex™-R4||C5000™ Ultra Low Power|
|Cortex™-A8 and ARM9®||KeyStone Multicore DSP+ARM|
|OMAP Smart Multicore Processors with Cortex-A8, A9, and A15|
Embedded Coder provides additional support packages for the TI processors, IDEs, and RTOSs listed at the top of this page. The features vary within each support package and may include automated build and execution, processor-optimized code, the ability to perform processor-in-the-loop (PIL) tests with execution profiling, block libraries for on-chip and on-board peripherals, and deployment support using bare-board or RTOS. Refer to the list of TI products above for more details.
You can also use Embedded Coder to create your own TI processor specific customizations using published APIs and reference examples. For example, you can generate processor specific (non- ANSI) optimized code.
With the exception of C2000 and C6000, MathWorks does not offer an Embedded Coder Hardware Support Package for the devices listed on this page. Third Party Connection hardware and software products may exist, and MathWorks Consulting Services is available to aid with hardware integrations.