2/19/2004 - Providing embedded control systems engineers the ability to visually design, implement and verify real-time control and signal processing algorithms, The MathWorks and Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE: TXN) announced the availability of Embedded Target for the TI TMS320C2000TM platform of digital signal controllers. Embedded Target for TI C2000TM controllers is designed for automotive, whitegoods and industrial control applications and features automatic code generation and peripheral programming support from SimulinkTM, and offers users a direct connection between the design environment and implementation platform. By enabling engineers to identify and fix design problems at the system level and easily generate efficient code automatically, Embedded Target for C2000 controllers eliminates the need for manual coding and verification methods, significantly shortening embedded application design cycles. For more information, see www.ti.com/embeddedtargetc2000
Embedded Target for TI C2000 controllers enters the market at a time when an increasing number of engineers are using digital signal processing (DSP) based controllers with integrated peripherals in place of traditional microcontrollers (MCUs) for applications that require the execution of complex algorithms for features like sensorless alternating current (AC) induction vector control, current-shaped switched-reluctance control, or permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) servo control. Embedded Target for TI C2000 is particularly well suited for control engineers designing systems that require DSP processing power for complex algorithms for motion and motor control in applications like automotive electronic power steering and integrated starter alternator, as well as, passenger occupancy detection systems, industrial motors, and consumer white goods.
Embedded Target for TI C2000 works seamlessly with TI's integrated development environment (IDE) through MATLAB Link for Code Composer StudioTM and allows execution of CCStudio commands for analysis, debugging, and automated code verification from MATLAB.
WM Duty Cycle Control via CAN Messaging. The Embedded Target for TIC2000 DSP enables users to use CAN support to modify design parameters in real time on the target without halting the process and to implement distributed control systems.
TI's C2000 digital signal controllers are optimized for control applications with a combination of MCU peripheral integration and ease-of-use, and the performance of TI's leading DSP technology. TMS320F28xTM digital signal controllers are the industry's first 32-bit controllers with high-speed on-board flash memory and performance up to 150 MIPS. The F28xTM controller is the world's highest performance control optimized digital signal processing core and offers a single-chip solution that is able to handle control system processing requirements and also replace control system host MCUs.
The MathWorks and Texas Instruments have established a commitment to providing engineers with robust and breakthrough TI DSP-based products. This latest collaboration between the two companies has yielded the third in a series of best-in-class tools for accelerating system-level design and product development. In 2002, the companies introduced two DSP development tools, MATLAB Link for Code Composer StudioTM and Embedded Target for TI TMS320C6000TM DSPs, which optimize software prototyping, testing and verification for DSP-based systems.
"TI's relationship with The MathWorks has resulted in numerous design software advances in recent years and Embedded Target for TI C2000 controllers is no exception," said Jennifer Skinner Gray, worldwide C2000 marketing manager, Texas Instruments. "By leveraging Simulink's automatic code generation capabilities and the C2000 platform's peripheral integration and performance, users can reduce time to market and system costs."
"Embedded Target for TI C2000 is the latest advancement in The MathWorks effort to not only accelerate software design flows, but also make software development and verification faster, easier and more cost-efficient," said Ken Karnofsky, director of marketing, DSP and communications, The MathWorks. "Building on the powerful computational abilities of the C2000 platform, our collaboration with Texas Instruments has allowed us to eliminate tedious and time consuming manual tasks for our customers, so they can spend their time doing better designs."
Availability and Training
Embedded Target for TI C2000 is available immediately. U.S. list price starts at $4,000. For additional product and training information, please visit The MathWorks Web site at www.mathworks.com.
About The MathWorks, Inc.
The MathWorks is the world’s leading developer of technical computing software for engineers and scientists in industry, government, and education. With an extensive product set based on MATLAB and Simulink, The MathWorks provides software and services to solve challenging problems and accelerate innovation in automotive, aerospace, communications, financial services, biotechnology, electronics, instrumentation, process, and other industries. The MathWorks was founded in 1984 and employs more than 1000 people worldwide, with headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts. For additional information, visit www.mathworks.com.
About Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments Incorporated provides innovative DSP and analog technologies to meet our customers' real world signal processing requirements. In addition to Semiconductor, the company's businesses include Sensors & Controls, and Educational & Productivity Solutions. TI is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and has manufacturing, design or sales operations in more than 25 countries. Texas Instruments is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TXN. More information is located on the World Wide Web at http://www.ti.com.
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