Ethernet configuration package
The Ethernet Configuration Package by dSPACE enables real-time simulation for electronic control units and comes with a configuration tool and blockset to make the simulation as precise as possible.
dSPACE's Ethernet Configuration Package enables real-time simulation of service-oriented communication in Ethernet networks of electronic control units (ECUs). These networks play an important role in modern driver assistance systems, new comfort and entertainment functions, and numerous other functionalities.
The dSPACE Ethernet Configuration Package consists of two components: The dSPACE Ethernet Configuration Tool and the RTI Ethernet Configuration Blockset.
The dSPACE Ethernet Configuration Tool lets users configure a dSPACE system as a simulation node in a service-based Ethernet network. After a FIBEX 4 file is imported, the tool displays the FIBEX elements in a clearly organized tree structure. Users can easily select any of the elements for the simulation via drag & drop. The most important attributes of the FIBEX elements are also displayed in structured views.
The RTI Ethernet Configuration Blockset provides a simple graphic method for modeling service-based communication in MATLAB/Simulink. For example, users can design their own functions to perform restbus simulation for Ethernet/IP communication.
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