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LMX2615-SP: Matlab support for programming

Part Number: LMX2615-SP
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: USB2ANY

Is there a way to program the LMX2615 via the usb2any and MATLAB? I’m trying to do some design verification testing and it requires a lot of measurements. I control all my equipment with MATLAB and it would be extremely useful to have a programming interface through MATLAB. I didn’t see anything on the website but might have missed something.

  • Hi Steve,

    After years of waiting, I finally get to answer "yes" to this question! As of 1.7.3+ TICS Pro binary now optionally hosts a local socket server that can be enabled for use with automation clients. Check C:\Program Files (x86)\Texas Instruments\TICS Pro\ for documentation and an example implementation in python. You'd have to create your own MATLAB implementation using the MATLAB socket library, but conceivably it could be done without much effort. Feel free to report any bugs and ask any follow-up questions; I probably can't help with the MATLAB specifics, but I can provide more guidance on implementing the client communication protocol if needed.

    If you do end up implementing a MATLAB client for the TCP server, please let me know! It would be helpful to include this in future distributions of TICS Pro.


    Derek Payne