XCP UDP Data Stimulation

Perform data stimulation on selected measurements

  • Library:
  • Simulink Real-Time / XCP / UDP

    Vehicle Network Toolbox / XCP Communication / UDP

Description

The XCP UDP Data Stimulation block sends data to the selected slave connection for the selected event measurements. The block uses the XCP UDP transport layer to output raw data for the selected measurements at the specified stimulation time step. Configure your XCP session and use the XCP UDP Data Stimulation block to select your event and measurements on the configured slave connection. The block displays the selected measurements as input ports.

Other Supported Features

The XCP communication blocks support Simulink® accelerator mode and rapid accelerator mode. Using this feature, you can speed up the execution of Simulink models. For more information about these simulation modes, see the Simulink documentation.

The XCP communication blocks support code generation with limited deployment capabilities. Code generation requires the Microsoft® C++ compiler.

Parameters

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Select the name of XCP configuration that you want to use. The list displays all available names specified in the available XCP UDP Configuration blocks in the model. Selecting a configuration displays events and measurements available in the A2L file of this configuration.

Note

You can stimulate measurements for only one event by using an XCP UDP Data Stimulation block. Use one block for each event whose measurements you want to stimulate.

Programmatic Use

SlaveName

Select an event from the event list. The XCP UDP Configuration block uses the specified A2L file to populate the events list.

Programmatic Use

EventName

This list displays all measurements available for the selected event. Select the measurement that you want to use and click the add button, to move it to the selected measurements. Hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard to select multiple measurements.

In the block parameters dialog box, type the name of the measurement you want to use. The All Measurements lists displays a list of all matching names. Click the x

to clear your search.

Programmatic Use

AllMeasurements

This list displays your selected measurements. To remove a measurement from this list, select the measurement and click the remove button, .

In the Block Parameters dialog box, use the toggle buttons to reorder the selected measurements.

Programmatic Use

SelectedMeasurements

When the Timestamp is enabled, the block inputs a timestamp from Simulink and sends the timestamp in the STIM DTO packets. The Enable Timestamp check box appears in the block parameters dialog box when the parameter is supported in the A2L file.

Programmatic Use

EnableTimestamp

Introduced in R2019a