With the 100 Mbit/s Ethernet Interface, you can connect a dSPACE system to an Ethernet network. Typical application areas are hardware-in-the-loop simulation and rapid control prototyping, where simultaneous communication runs via one or more network nodes.
The 100 Mbit/s Ethernet Interface connects a modular dSPACE real-time system to an Ethernet network. It lets you transmit data between dSPACE processor boards (DS1005, DS1006, or multiprocessor system) and a remote computer system. Its application areas are hardware-in-the-loop simulation and rapid control prototyping, where simultaneous communication runs via one or more network nodes. Data transmission between the processor board and a customer-specific bus system can also be implemented by using an appropriate gateway computer connected to the Ethernet network.
The dSPACE Ethernet Solution can send and receive variable length frames via datagrams with a payload of up to 65507 bytes. It also supports TCP (transmission control protocol) point-to-point communication. The UDP/IP and TCP/IP protocols are executed on the Embedded Technology eXtended (ETX) module. The dynamic or static IP address of the ETX module comes with auto-negotiations features. Your Ethernet configuration is downloaded to the DS4504 PMC Carrier Board and initialized at startup.
The dSPACE Ethernet Solution is based on a DS4504 PMC Carrier Board with an ETX module. The ETX module provides a 100 Mbit/s Ethernet interface. The solution requires a DS381 Ethernet Connector Board for connection to the DS4504 via a standard RJ45 network connection. The solution and the connection to the Simulink model are configured graphically by means of the DS4504 Ethernet Basic Blockset, which is based on S-functions.
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