This example shows how to trace signals with a scope triggered Simulink® Real-Time™ host scope. After the script builds and downloads the oscillator model, xpcosc, it adds two scopes of type 'host' to the target application. The first scope is configured to trigger on the signal 'Signal Generator' (the only signal added to this scope). The 'Integrator1' signal is also added to the second scope. Scope 2 is configured to be triggered by the first scope (i.e., it is triggered at the same time the first scope is triggered). This ensures both scopes are synchronized.
Next, the scopes are started and monitored to determine when data acquisition is complete. Data from both scopes are then uploaded to the host computer and plotted. Although both scopes begin data acquisition at the same time, Scope 2 acquires data over a longer time record by increasing the decimation factor from 4 to 10. This process repeats 25 times. After every fifth run, the damping gain 'Gain1/Gain' is set to a new random value (between 0 and 2000).
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Use 'slrtpingtarget' to test for a host-target connection.
if ~strcmp(slrtpingtarget, 'success') error(message('xPCTarget:examples:Connection')); end
Open the oscillator model, xpcosc. Under the model's configuration parameter Simulink Real-Time option settings, the system target file has been set to slrt.tlc. Hence, building the model will create an executable image, xpcosc.dlm, that can be run on a computer booted with the Simulink Real-Time kernel.
Build the model and download the image, xpcosc.dlm, to the target computer.
set_param('xpcosc','RTWVerbose','off'); % Configure for a non-Verbose build. rtwbuild('xpcosc'); % Build and download application.
### Starting Simulink Real-Time build procedure for model: xpcosc ### Successful completion of build procedure for model: xpcosc ### Looking for target: TargetPC ### Download model onto target: TargetPC
Create the MATLAB® variable, tg, containing the Simulink Real-Time target object. This object allows you to communicate with and control the target computer.
tg = SimulinkRealTime.target; % Create a Simulink Real-Time target object tg.SampleTime = 0.000250; % Set sample time to 250us tg.StopTime = 10000; % Set stop time to a high value start(tg); % Start model execution
Create, configure, and plot to the host scope during each run.
tPar = getparamid(tg, 'Gain1', 'Gain'); % Get index of parameter 'Gain1/Gain' signals(1) = getsignalid(tg, 'Integrator1'); % Get index of signal 'Integrator1' signals(2) = getsignalid(tg, 'Signal Generator'); % Get index of signal 'Signal Generator' scs = addscope(tg, 'host'); % Define (add) first host scope object scs(2) = addscope(tg, 'host'); % Define (add) second host scope object % Set properties of first scope object addsignal(scs(1), signals(2)); % Add 'Signal Generator' to signal list scs(1).NumSamples = 200; % Set number of samples scs(1).Decimation = 4; % Set decimation factor scs(1).TriggerMode = 'Signal'; % Set trigger mode scs(1).TriggerSignal = signals(2); % Set trigger signal to 'Signal Generator' scs(1).TriggerLevel = 0.0; % Set trigger level scs(1).TriggerSlope = 'Rising'; % Set trigger slope % Set properties of second scope object addsignal(scs(2),signals); % Add both signals to signal list scs(2).NumSamples = 200; % Set number of samples scs(2).Decimation = 10; % Set decimation factor scs(2).TriggerMode = 'Scope'; % Set trigger mode scs(2).TriggerScope = scs(1).ScopeId; % Set trigger scope to first scope object figh = findobj('Name', 'scscopedemo'); % Does the plot figure exist? if isempty(figh) figh = figure; % No: Create figure set(figh, 'Name','scscopedemo','NumberTitle','off'); else figure(figh); % Yes: Make it the current figure end % Loop to acquire 25 data packages from the scope object. m = 1; flag = 0; for n = 1 : 25 if isempty(find(get(0, 'Children') == figh, 1)), flag = 1; break; end % Change parameter Gain1/Gain every fifth acquisition loop % to a random value between 0 and 2000. if ~m setparam(tg, tPar, 2*1000*rand); end m = rem(m + 1, 5); scs(2).start; % Start second scope (waits until triggered by first scope) scs(1).start; % Start first scope % Wait until both scope objects have 'finished' state. while ~strcmpi(scs(1).Status,'finished') || ... ~strcmpi(scs(2).Status,'finished') end % First scope object: create time vector, upload scope data and display it. subplot(2, 1, 1); t1 = scs(1).Time; % Upload time vector plot(t1, scs(1).Data, 'g'); % Upload acquired data and plot set(gca, 'XLim', [t1(1), t1(end)], 'YLim', [-10, 10]); ylabel('Scope 1'); title(['scscopedemo: ', num2str(n), ' of 25 data packages']); % Second scope object: create time vector, upload scope data and display it. subplot(2,1,2); t2 = scs(2).Time; % Upload time vector plot(t2, scs(2).Data); % Upload acquired data and plot set(gca,'XLim',[t2(1),t2(end)],'YLim',[-10,10]); ylabel('Scope 2'); drawnow; end if ~flag subplot(2, 1, 1); title('scscopedemo: finished'); end
When done, stop the application and close the model.
stop(tg); % Stop model close_system('xpcosc',0); % Close model