- Date: Friday, June 7th, 2013
- Time: 8:00am - 9:00am
Also at 1 p.m.
In this webinar, we will use MATLAB to discuss the iterative process of analysis, design and optimization involved in the development of major components of 4G LTE wireless systems. The demonstration example will start with a simple communications system and progressively add components to approach a bare bones prototype of a 4G LTE system.
Highlights of the presentation include:
- Mathematical modeling of the LTE standard, specifically its physical layer (PHY) in MATLAB and examining four LTE enabling technologies: OFDM, MIMO, turbo coding and dynamic link adaptations
- Using the Communications System Toolbox to progressively incorporate components such as Modulators, Channel models, Turbo Encoder/Decoder, MIMO and OFDM into your model
- System-level throughput analysis with adaptive modulation based on channel characteristics
- Accelerating the speed of your MATLAB-Simulink simulation at each step through parallel processing, code generation, GPU processing and using efficient algorithms
- Generating C code from your model with MATLAB Coder
- Fixed-point numerical representation of the system model components
- Generating VHDL or Verilog code to implement the design using FPGAs
Please allow approximately 60 minutes to attend the presentation and Q&A session.
About the Presenters: Dr. Houman Zarrinkoub is the Product Manager for signal processing & communications System Toolboxes at the MathWorks. Prior to joining The MathWorks, he spent 6 six years working as a wireless speech processing researcher at Nortel Networks. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in ECE from the McGill University and a Master’s and a PhD degree in Telecommunications from University of Quebec in Canada.