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How to send data using TCP/IP
I need to send a data structure through the network using the TCP/IP
The port is the 5001 and the IP address of the receiver is the
I want to send, in one shot, a variable that is composeb by these
variable.a (float value)
variable.b (float value)
variable.c (int16 value)
variable.d (float value)
How can do this?
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- Someone can help me?
> I need to send a data structure through the network using the
> The port is the 5001 and the IP address of the receiver is the
> I want to send, in one shot, a variable that is composeb by these
> variable.a (float value)
> variable.b (float value)
> variable.c (int16 value)
> variable.d (float value)
> How can do this?
> Best Regards,
> Luca#1; Mon, 12 May 2008 10:49:00 GMT
- Hi Luca,
did you try the TCP/UDP/IP Toolbox from the Matlab File Exchange:
The MathWorks offers an Instrument Control Toolbox for TCP/IP communication.
> Someone can help me?
> Luca wrote:#2; Mon, 12 May 2008 10:50:00 GMT
MATLAB only supports TCP/IP communication through the Instrument
Control Toolbox. Other solutions are not supported but may or may
MATLAB TCP/IP overview page:
Technical article written by Edward J. Mayhew at George Mason
University using MATLAB to remotely communicate with other
applications using TCP/IP:
Downloadable MATLAB TCP/IP code example:
Robert#3; Mon, 12 May 2008 10:51:00 GMT