RS-232 is a mature point-to-point protocol for serial communication. Use the RS-232 blocks to communicate with other devices by using the serial ports built into the target computer. For detailed information about the target computer serial ports, see the manufacturer documentation.
|ASCII Encode||Convert Simulink values into |
|ASCII Decode||Parse ASCII character vector into Simulink values|
|ASCII Decode V2||Parse ASCII character vector into Simulink values|
|FIFO Read||Read simple data streams|
|FIFO Write||Write simple data streams|
|FIFO Read HDRS||Read multiple ASCII data streams according to header information|
|FIFO Read Binary||Read multiple binary data streams according to header information|
|Modem Control||Control state of RTS and DTR output lines on serial port|
|Modem Status||Return state of modem control lines|
|Legacy Serial Read||Read input data for baseboard serial communications|
|Legacy Serial Setup||Set up baseboard serial communications|
|Legacy Serial Write||Write output data for baseboard serial communications|
|Legacy Serial Port||Send and receive data over mainboard baseboard serial port|
|Legacy Serial Port F||Send and receive data over mainboard baseboard serial port with FIFO|
- RS-232 Serial Communication
Learn about the Simulink® Real-Time™ library for serial communication between target computers and serial devices.
- RS-232 Legacy Drivers
To represent multiple serial devices, use composite Simulink Real-Time RS-232 mainboard driver blocks.