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ADI's Toolboxes can help with these activities. Each product family will have different interface inside MATLAB and Simulink, and are managed in different toolboxes.
All of these can be installed via Add-On Explorer, where you can download, install, and use add-ons without leaving the MATLAB® environment.
Analog Devices High Speed Converter Toolbox For MATLAB and Simulink includes a set of tools to model, interface, and target with ADI high-speed converter devices within MATLAB and Simulink.
Analog Devices Transceiver Toolbox For MATLAB and Simulink includes set of tools to model, interface, and target Analog Devices Transceiver devices.
Analog Devices RF and Microwave Toolbox includes a set of tools to model and interface with Analog Devices RF and Microwave devices.
Analog Devices Sensor Toolbox For MATLAB and Simulink includes set of tools to model, interface, and target Analog Devices Sensors.
Analog Devices Time of Flight Toolbox For MATLAB and Simulink includes set of tools to model, interface, and target Analog Devices 3D Time of Flight components and cameras.
MATLAB and Simulink Library to interface to ADALM2000 includes methods so MATLAB and Simulink can programmatically control the ADALM2000. Controlling M2K and access the data streams is provided through a set of bindings for libm2k.
Some ADI hardware has native support in MATLAB (is authored and supported by MathWorks). This would include:
ADALM-PLUTO Radio Support from Communications Toolbox enables you to prototype and test software-defined radio (SDR) systems using Analog Devices ADALM-PLUTO with MATLAB and Simulink.
Analog Devices ADALM1000 Support from Data Acquisition Toolbox enables you to acquire data from Analog Devices ADALM1000 using MATLAB.
In the poorly named Zynq SDR Support from Communications Toolbox, MathWorks supports many AD9361 and AD9364 based platforms, including:
For pure simulation, Analog Devices RF Transceivers Support from MATLAB and Simulink can be used to simulate and verify AD9361 and AD9371 RF transceivers designs with RF Blockset (formerly SimRF) models, and predict the impact of RF imperfections on your test signals.