The content presented in this RapidSTM32 wiki describes our very first blockset and should be used as a concept and historical reference only. The software is no longer available.
This section explains a few frequently asked questions.
This tutorial aims at teaching beginners how to use RapidSTM32 Blockset in ONE DAY (approximately 6 hours). After completing the tutorials, you will have enough basic knowledge to use the Blockset to implement a variety of basic but useful applications such as:
- Real-time data acquisition into Matlab/Simulink
- Add your own signal processing algorithm in Matlab (m-script) language
- Control external hardware from Simulink
- Use digital input/output ports
- Generate PWM signals
- Simulate and actually display some data on a character LCD
- Send data to a PC via USB as a (Virtual) COM port
- Understand the basic architecture of the generated code
- Create an arbitrary function generator with Digital to Analog Module
- Create a data logger to micro SD card
Yes!! all those within 6 hours, no kidding. We are truly taking about Rapid Prototyping . That's Why our duck can peel banana skin? :)
This section shows basic common "how to" required for most RapidSTM32 projects.
- Getting Ready (Setting up for RapidSTM32 Blockset)]]
- Create a new model and set it to use RapidSTM32 target
- Set FiO Std in USB In Application Programming (IAP) Mode
- Initiate the Build Process
- Set FiO Std in Run Custom User Program Mode
- Set FiO Std in Mass Storage Device Mode
This section shows some useful "how to" for advanced users.
- Create a blank template for manual C coding for use with FiO boards
- Modify or add custom C code for FiO Boards from Keil RVMDK
- Generate and use the generated C code with Non-FiO Boards
This section provides reference information about the Blockset and its usages.
- RapidSTM32 Basics
- Command-Line Function Reference
- Block Reference
This section shows various sample projects from basic interfaces to external hardware/peripherals to a complete Automatic Control and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) design and analysis projects. These projects aims at showing the work flow and benefits of Model-based design and Rapid Prototyping at works. Before diving in these sample projects, it is recommended that you familiarize yourself with RapidSTM32 from Learn RapidSTM32 in A Day.
Sample projects are as follows.
- A Fault-Tolerant Fuel Control System (Integrate RapidSTM32 Blockset with existing Simulink demos)
- Measure water level with a pressure sensor
- [[Open Loop Example: FiO ADC to Simulink Scope and Simulink Slide bar to PWM]]
- [[Closed Loop Example: FiO ADC to Simulink algorithm to FiO PWM]]
- A simple GPS Simulation Model
- GPS data logger
This page list available training workshop and materials. Example workshop include:
HIL Basic Concept Workshop
This section shows:
RapidSTM32 Users List
Contributions from RapidSTM32 community
Demo files download
Training videos download