Microcontrollers are found in innumerable applications, and their visibility and usage has expanded a great deal with the maker movement. A microcontroller is part hardware and part software. The software can be code for data acquisition, a controller, a filter, or a model to be simulated. The generation and deployment of code typically involves several iterations before the desired objectives of the project are met.
The Microcontroller Kit provides a high-level and automated mechanism to generate and deploy code to microcontrollers. At its core is a superfunction that enables an easy-to-use and powerful interface to experiment with and iterate various design solutions. The higher level of automation eliminates the error-prone and tedious iterations of the lower-level source code, and thus allows for greater flexibility and efficiency to the overall project workflow.
MicrocontrollerEmbedCode — generates, compiles, and deploys code to microcontrollers
MicrocontrollerCodeData — data from the microcontroller code
StateSpaceModel — model using discrete- or continuous-time state space representation
TransferFunctionModel — model using discrete- or continuous-time transfer functions
AffineStateSpaceModel — model using affine nonlinear state space representations
NonlinearStateSpaceModel — model using a general nonlinear state space representation
SystemsConnectionsModel — provide general connection between model objects
ButterworthFilterModel — a Butterworth transfer function
ToDiscreteTimeModel — discretize continuous-time models