MathWorks Wireless Series: Transforming the Next Generation of Wireless Communication
MATLAB® and Simulink® facilitate the design space exploration and top-down design of wireless and semiconductor devices, thereby allowing engineers to collaborate, analyze, simulate, and verify their multidomain systems using a combination of modeling approaches and levels of abstraction.
System models, verification environments, and test cases defined in MATLAB and Simulink can be reused in EDA tools in several ways, including cosimulation, the export of models, testbenches, and test vectors, and through C and HDL code generation. These pathways integrate system design, verification, and implementation workflows and enable engineers to significantly shorten the design iterations, reduce the risk of delays in the project schedule, and enable the continuous integration of specification and design changes.
In this series we discuss:
- The latest capabilities associated with the next generation wireless communication systems such as 5G, LTE, 802.11 WLAN, Bluetooth, UWB, and satellite communications
- A special talk by Dr. Satya Kumar Vankayala from Samsung India sharing his insights on machine learning in 5G systems
- The modeling of RF transceivers and performing RF budget analysis and simulation
Wireless Connectivity and Scenario Modeling In this talk, MathWorks engineers will share the latest capabilities associated with the next generation Wireless Communication Systems such as 5G, LTE, 802.11 -WLAN, Bluetooth, UWB and Satellite Communications.
Machine Learning for 5G Wireless Systems In this talk, you will learn about various ways in which Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques can be used to solve the 5G and next generation problem statements.
Design and Simulate RF Transceivers for Wireless Systems Learn how to design RF transceivers for wireless communications systems and simulate them together with digital signal processing algorithms such as digital pre-distortion.