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Simulink Real-Time Scope Usage

  • To monitor an output signal from a Constant block by connecting it to a Simulink® Real-Time™ Scope block, add a test point for the Constant block output signal.

  • You can add a Simulink Real-Time Scope block only to the topmost model, not to a referenced model. To log signals from referenced models, use Simulink Real-Time Explorer scopes or Simulink Real-Time language scope objects.

  • When you build and download the real-time application, the Simulink Real-Time kernel creates a scope representing the real-time Scope block. You can change the Scope parameters after building the real-time application or while it is running. To change the parameters, assign the scope to a MATLAB® variable using the target object method getscope. You can use getscope to remove a scope created during the build and download process. The Simulink Real-Time kernel recreates the scope when you restart the real-time application.

  • If the output of a Mux block is connected to the input of a Simulink Real-Time Scope block, the signal is not observable. To observe the signal, add a unit gain block (a Gain block with a gain of 1) between the Mux block and the Simulink Real-Time Scope block.

  • You can pass vector signals into a Simulink Real-Time Scope block. The real-time application interprets the vector as a series of individual signals. However, you cannot pass a matrix signal into a Scope block. Doing so results in a build error. To display a matrix signal, pass it to a Reshape block and pass the resulting vector into the Scope block.

  • The real-time application can generate data faster than the kernel can process it. Previous data can be overwritten, causing gaps. If gaps occur in the data, consider increasing the value of the Decimation property of the scope.

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