Generate C and C++ code from signal processing algorithms in DSP System Toolbox™ using the MATLAB Coder™ and Simulink Coder products. You can integrate the generated code into your projects as source code, static libraries, dynamic libraries, or even standalone executables. For more information, see Understanding C Code Generation in DSP System Toolbox. In addition, you can also generate code optimized for ARM® Cortex®-M and ARM Cortex-A processors using the Embedded Coder® product. For more information, see Code Generation for ARM Cortex-M and ARM Cortex-A Processors. Once you generate code, you can relocate the code to another development environment that does not have MATLAB and Simulink products installed. For examples, see Relocate Code Generated from MATLAB Code to Another Development Environment and Relocate Code Generated from a Simulink Model to Another Development Environment.
|Generate C/C++ code from MATLAB code|
Generate C code from DSP System Toolbox signal processing algorithms using MATLAB Coder and Simulink Coder.
Signal processing functions and System objects that support code generation
MATLAB Language Features Supported for C/C++ Code Generation (MATLAB Coder)
Use the MATLAB language features and functions that code generation supports.
System Objects in MATLAB Code Generation (MATLAB Coder)
Special considerations for using System objects in code generated from MATLAB
Prepare MATLAB code for code generation and generate C-MEX code and a C executable.
Generate an executable from MATLAB algorithm. Package the executable to run on an external environment.
Build an executable and run the executable within MATLAB.
Generate an executable from Simulink model and package the executable to run on an external environment.
Array Plot with Apple iOS Devices (Simulink Support Package for Apple iOS Devices)
Array Plot with Android Devices
Commands to set the system environment for generating executables that require prebuilt dll files.
Use MATLAB Coder to accelerate an algorithm and MATLAB Compiler™ to deploy the application.