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Model based design for 4G and 5G wireless communications software defined radio using MATLAB

Stewart, Bob and Crockett, Louise and Barlee, Kenneth and Atkinson, Dale (2016) Model based design for 4G and 5G wireless communications software defined radio using MATLAB. In: 2016 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition, 2016-03-14 - 2016-03-18.

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    Abstract

    Model based design workflow for wireless communications using MATLAB in combination with supported Xilinx Zynq based SDR hardware implementation platforms, from developing floating point simulations for the PHY layer of a LTE receiver, to implementing fixed point simulations, and verifying performance using real off-the-air RF data.