Embedded Target for Renesas CS+ (Processor In the Loop Simulation System)
Embedded Target for Renesas CS+ (Processor in the Loop Simulation System): evaluation version
We offer the above tool for co-simulation between the CS+ integrated development environment from Renesas interlinked with MATLAB® and Simulink® from MathWorks®. Among other things, this will support the validation of algorithms and model-based development by customers.
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- Generation of code for verifying algorithms from Simulink models
- Automatic generation of Processor in the Loop Simulation (PILS) environments
- Supported MCU families: RX, RL78, V850, 78K0R
What customers will be able to do
- verify the functionality of code for target devices and
- measure the performance of code for target devices.
Other Benefits to Customers
- Environments for evaluation through PILS are easy to construct from Model in the Loop Simulation (MILS) environments.
- Evaluation by comparing the results of MILS and PILS (back-to-back testing) is simple and reliable.
For more information on the co-simulation tool, please contact a Renesas Electronics distributor or sales representative in your area.
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