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(New) USB-HID Real-Time Data Acquisition into Matlab/Simulink Demonstration (part 2 of 2)

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Published on Feb 3, 2011

This example demonstrates how to create a Simulink model, for using FiO Std Evaluation Board (EVB) as a target, to acquire real-time data from two sources, including: a potentiometer and an on-chip temperature sensor.

Both analog inputs will be sampled, and converted to digital values, by an on-chip 12-bits Analog to Digital Converter at 100Hz sampling rate. The converted data will be sent to the host PC via USB Human Interface Device (HID) protocol. The host PC will receive the data, convert the measured temperature from volts to Celsius, and finally, displays both data, in real-time, in Simulink simulation as numerical values, as well as time series plots.

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