Configure the compound block to communicate with the target

A Hotlink is used to interactively control the target from the host computer and to collect real-time data from the target to be presented or stored on the host computer.

      C2000, ARM Cortex M3, and STM32 targets use a JTAG HotLink

      Arduino targets use a serial HotLink

      Linux (AMD64 and Raspberry Pi) targets use an Ethernet or WiFi Hotlink

To use a HotLink, you must encapsulate the controller algorithm in a compound block. It can be handy to label the input and output connectors with unique names.

You can create custom rate functions by configuring specific parameters in the compound block.