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January 16, 2014 AT 10:00 am

Set up and Blink – Simulink with Arduino


Set up and Blink – Simulink with Arduino @ The Adafruit Learning System. How to use Simulink to program your Arduino.

This tutorial covers a step-by-step guide to:

  1. Set up the Simulink support package for Arduino
  2. Build a simple Simulink model for controlling Arduino Uno
  3. Generate, download and run code on the Arduino to blink an LED

This is the first tutorial in a series on using Simulink to program an Arduino.

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1 Comment

  1. I am quite interested in learning how to use simulink to simulate parts of a system during develop. I am an internet taught hobby user and sadly there is no hobby version of Simulink. It costs thousands of dollars. It would be good if MathWorks offered a a hobby version of Simulink/Matlab like the freemium version of Eaglecad.

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