How to connect Raspberry pi zero to Matlab via wifi
20 vues (au cours des 30 derniers jours)
Chandu le 25 Avr 2022
To communicate with the Raspberry Pi over Wi-Fi, please follow these steps:
The Raspberry Pi must be connected to a wireless network that the computer running MATLAB can also access. The simplest way of achieving this is to have both the device and the computer connected to the same wireless network.
For the IP address of the Raspberry Pi, see: IP Address of Raspberry Pie
Verify that your network is correctly configured by pinging the IP address of the Raspberry Pi. In a Command Prompt run the command:
where RPI_IP is the IP address of the Raspberry Pi. If it is successful this should return a reply and time information, if not it reports that the request timed out.
Once you can successfully ping the Raspberry Pi, configure MATLAB or Simulink to use the correct IP address to communicate with the hardware.
MATLAB TCP/IP client supports to connect with the remote hosts or hardware from MATLAB for reading or writing the data. Create a TCP/IP connection, configure the connection (if necessary) and then read or write data. After that close the connection as well.
t = tcpclient(address,port);
You can also refer to MATLAB IP Configure MathWorks Documentation for Future Reference.