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What is the Main Difference between Simulink Desktop Real Time and Simulink Real Time Kernels?

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DesoliDs
DesoliDs on 25 Jul 2017
Answered: Stefanie Schwarz on 29 May 2020
What is the main difference (advantages / disadvantages) between Simulink Desktop Real-Time (SLDRT) kernel and Simulink Real-Time(SLRT) kernels? Do we use both of the for real-time (External Mode) applications, i.e. PID-Control? or not.

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Jon Lobo
Jon Lobo on 28 Jul 2017
Simulink Desktop Real-Time (SLDRT) kernel is installed with the desktop OS (Mac or Windows). It is limited to using a single cpu core. Simulink Real-Time (SLRT) kernel runs on a dedicated computer so it will be able to leverage multicore platforms.
They are both able to use external mode type features (tunable parameters etc). The I/O offerings are slightly different (SLRT supports use of FPGAs).

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