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What possibilities do I have for using MATLAB home with STM32F4 target hardware ?

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I have purchased the MATLAB Home Version, including Simulink. I can work on the Raspberry Pi target hardware and I was wondering what possibilities I have to work with STM32F4 target hardware. Do I need another component ? It seems like it is not possible to purchase Embedded Coder for home use.
Can someone please help ?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 22 Dec 2015
You cannot purchase Embedded Coder or Simulink Coder or MATLAB Coder or HDL Coder for the Home license; you are limited to arduino and raspberry pi and any similar device they have included with base MATLAB.
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Kevin Nugent
Kevin Nugent on 26 Aug 2020
I have purchased recently a PYNQ-Z2 board which has a Zynq 7000 FPGA.
Does this incude any of the above mentioned coders with the home base MATLAB?

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Henry Leinen
Henry Leinen on 23 Dec 2015
Ok, thanks. Is there a way to extract the generated code from models so that I can use it for another platform ?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 23 Dec 2015
You cannot generate code for models without the above toolboxes, except whatever you can do for arduino or raspberry.

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Sebastian Liebert
Sebastian Liebert on 12 Mar 2016
Hello, is there a reason, why it is not possible to get those toolboxes for Home-Version? I only want to code my STM32F4DISCOVERY.
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Martin Beveridge
Martin Beveridge on 28 Oct 2017
I have the same issue and not had a reply , I have just spent nearly £300 on home version and toolkits and only now seeing that I can't generate C ode for STM 32 or other MCU , this is very limiting and not made clear at point of purchase.

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timo
timo on 13 Mar 2016
Edited: timo on 13 Mar 2016
Matlab 2015a ,if connect LEGO NXT(might work the same for Arduino) to to simulink model and i put breakpoint in my model i can browse in the temporary folder and see all the C generated code from the model ;) I found a lot of interesting things , like simulink uses OSEK(an OS version ported by a Japanese guy based on Automotive specifications) tasks to run the model , etc.
nxtOSEK is an open source platform for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. nxtOSEK consists of device driver of leJOS NXJ C/Assembly source code, TOPPERS/ATK (Automotive Kernel, formerly known as TOPPERS/OSEK) and TOPPERS/JSP Real-Time Operating System source code that includes ARM7 (ATMEL AT91SAM7S256) specific porting part, and glue code to make them work together

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