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Using MATLAB and a variety of hardware platforms, students can complete hands-on projects in controls, mechatronics, robotics, signal processing and circuit design.
Aug 2014
This article illustrates a top-down methodology for the design and FPGA implementation of a DPD, from an algorithmic description DPD in MATLAB to design elaboration in Simulink and HDL code generation for FIL testing.
Jul 2014
Model-Based Design with MATLAB and Simulink enables Hitachi to improve communication between teams, reduce development time, and reduce risk by evaluating system performance early in the design process.
Nov 2013
Topics covered include assessing code performance, adopting efficient serial programming practices, working with System objects, performing parallel computing, and generating C code.
Mar 2013
Cosimulating digital baseband components in MATLAB® and Simulink® with the analog components in Cadence® Virtuoso® AMS Designer enables Atmel to verify system performance well before committing to silicon.
May 2010
Designing audio codec filter in MATLAB and using Filter Design HDL Coder to generate synthesizable RTL code lets Mediatek rapidly evaluate filter architectures, optimize for silicon area & reduce the RTL code development cycle to less than 2 weeks.
Nov 2009
A BYU professor describes how students in In ECEn 485: Introduction to Digital Communication Theory use MATLAB and Simulink to design and test digital modems and communication systems.
Apr 2009
An integrated framework enables technicians unfamiliar with communications theory to specify an SDR design at a high level of abstraction.
Sep 2008
Case Western Reserve University researchers developed a programmable device that sends electrical signals to an implant that activates paralyzed limbs and muscles.
Feb 2008
Students at the University of Washington (UW) use MATLAB® and other MathWorks products in one of our most popular courses— EE436: Medical Instrumentation.
Oct 2007
Automotive engineers have developed lane tracking and departure warning systems that use a small camera to transmit video information about lane markings and road conditions.
Jan 2006

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