MATLAB code for serial port

Posted on 2004-10-28
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Last Modified: 2008-03-10
i am trying to program in MATLAB this:

I want to open a serial port
send a signal from MATLAB to the port
receive input from the port to MATLAB
record the input in MATLAB
close the port
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You can find a "Hardware Input / Output Library for Matlab / Simulink" here - http://www.it.fht-esslingen.de/~zimmerma/software/IOlib.htm

Please download the code from http://www.it.fht-esslingen.de/~zimmerma/software/IOlib-4.2.zip

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