unpacking UDP Send block of an xPC target

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aida
aida on 12 Apr 2012
Answered: Dimitri MANKOV on 2 May 2022
when sending data through UDP Send block of an xPC target it packed in binary? how can we unpack that in other software like eclipse?

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Dimitri MANKOV
Dimitri MANKOV on 2 May 2022
Hi Aida,
Universal Datagram Protocol (UDP) is a packet-based protocol. You can construct a packet from Simulink data types such as double, int8, int32, uint8, or a combination of these data types. The Simulink Real-Time block library provides blocks for combining various signals into one packet (packing), and then transmitting it. It also provides blocks for splitting a packet (unpacking) into its component signals that can then be used in a Simulink model. That means that the receiving end must know the scructure of the transmitted packet in order to reconstruct the original signal from it correctly.
Best,
Dimitri

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