Reverse order of bytes in input word
Embedded Coder/Embedded Targets/Host Communication
Byte reversal changes the order of the bytes in data you input to the block. Use this block when your process communicates between targets that use different endianness, such as between Intel® processors that are little endian and others that are big endian. Texas Instruments™ processors are little-endian by default.
To exchange data with a processor that has different endianness, place a Byte Reversal block just before the send block and immediately after the receive block.
Specify the number of block inputs. The number of block inputs adjusts automatically to match value so the number of outputs equals the number of inputs.
When you use more than one input port, each input port maps to the matching output port. Data entering input port 1 leaves through output port 1, and so on.
Reversing the bytes does not change the data type. Input and output retain matching data type.
The following model shows byte reversal in use. In this figure, the input and output ports match for each path.