Run Simulink models in real time on your computer

Simulink Desktop Real-Time™ provides a real-time kernel for executing Simulink® models on a laptop or desktop running Windows® or Mac OS X. It includes library blocks that connect to a range of I/O devices. You can create and tune a real-time system for rapid prototyping or hardware-in-the-loop simulation with your computer.

Simulink Desktop Real-Time supports real-time performance up to 1 kHz sample rates with Simulink, and up to 20 kHz with Simulink Coder™.


Real-Time Testing of Simulink Models

Run Simulink models in real time and interface with physical devices.

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Parameter Tuning, Signal Monitoring, and Data Acquisition

Tune model parameters while running Simulink in both normal and external modes by editing a Simulink block diagram.

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Connecting Physical Devices

Connect between physical I/O devices and real-time models.

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Product Requirements

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Hardware Support

Connect Simulink Desktop Real-Time to hardware platforms.

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