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Model-Based Design Toolbox four-part How-To series

Model-Based Design Toolbox four-part How-To series

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Four-Part How-To Series
Model-Based Design Toolbox (MBDT) is an integrated development environment and toolchain for configuring and generating all the necessary software automatically to execute complex applications. The MBDT includes integrated Simulink embedded target for NXP processors, peripheral device blocks and drivers, the Math and Motor Control library set, and bit-accurate simulation results.

Watch on-demand each of our Model-Based Design Toolbox four-part How-To series and learn the basics of MBDT, also its SPI and CAN communication and its PWM control blocks.

Session 1/4 = Get to Know the User-Friendly NXP MBDT for Application Development in MATLAB/Simulink

dumitru-daniel.popawill show you how to configure and use the MBDT, engineered to help you speed up application development in MATLAB/Simulink Environment for NXP hardware. Get to know its main features and capabilities through the creation, simulation, built, deployment, and validation of a basic "hello world" type of application on the S32K144EVB. 

 

Session 2/4 = Introducing the SPI Communication Blocks from NXP MBDT

nxf46081‌ will highlight the key aspects of communication in the automotive industry while showing you how to configure and use designated blocks that implement the SPI communication inside the MATLAB/Simulink Environment for creating a quick and easy data transfer application using MBDT and the S32K144EVB.

Session 3/4 = Introducing the CAN Communication Blocks from NXP MBDT

constantinrazvan.chivu‌ will highlight the key aspects of communication in the automotive industry while showing you how to use MBDT and the S32K144EVB to simplify CAN applications with only a few blocks: configuration, transmit, and receive.

Session 4 = Introducing the PWM Control Blocks from NXP MBDT

mariuslucianandrei will showcase how to start using PWM, its features and functionalities while showing you how to build a first application able to generate different types of PWM signals using MBDT and the S32K144EVB; also, learn to sample the external signals to determine the key values: duty-cycle, period, among others.

 

Your software development processes can speed up by using the free-of-charge NXP Model-Based Design Toolboxes for MATLAB and Simulink development environments, providing full integration, an out-of-the-box configuration, and action blocks for basic/advanced features for designing complex automotive solutions.

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