This example shows how to use the Code Replacement Library (CRL) for ARM processor with DSP System object™. The model uses a MATLAB Function block that contains a dsp.FIRFilter System object to filter two sine waves of different frequencies.
1. Open the model, which contains a MATLAB function block and the dsp.FIRFilter System object. Inside the MATLAB Function firfun, the dsp.FIRFilter System object is created just once and is declared to be persistent. This eliminates the overhead in creating new instances of a System object each time the function is called. It also allows users to execute the step function of the dsp.FIRFilter object multiple times with a persistent state by simply running the model with the MATLAB Function block in multiple time steps.
2. Change your current folder in MATLAB® to a writable folder.
3. Simulate and setup the model for ARM Cortex-A code replacement by following Tasks 1 and 2 of Verify FIR Filter on ARM Cortex-A Processor example.
1. Open the MATLAB Function block within the FIR subsystem.
2. Verify that the dsp.FIRFilter System object has the following settings for its properties:
Structure: Direct form (default)
NumeratorSource: Property (default)
InitialConditions: 0 (default)
1. Generate code for the FIR subsystem by following Task 3 of the Verify FIR Filter on ARM Cortex-A Processor example.
2. In the code generation report, click on the FIR.c file. Notice the NE10 functions, ne10_fir_init_float and ne10_fir_float_neon in the model's step function, FIR_step.
To perform the previous steps using PIL, you must have the Embedded Coder Support Package for ARM Cortex-A Processors and the DST Support Package for ARM Cortex-A Processors. The following example shows you how to use PIL with ARM Cortex-A:
Code Verification and Validation with PIL and External Mode example.