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Getting Started with LTE System Toolbox


Data Structures

This section describes the data structures used to represent the resource grid in the LTE System Toolbox™.

Resource Grid Indexing

The LTE System Toolbox provides facilities to generate sequences of symbols corresponding to the physical channels and signals.


Describes the function parameter style, the way parameters are passed to the toolbox functions. Some of the functions in the LTE System Toolbox require large number of parameters. To simplify this process and to group together relevant parameters, structures are used.

Transmit-Receive Chain Processing

Implement an LTE transmit-receive processing chain.

About LTE

What Is LTE?

The purpose of this section is to describe LTE for the benefit of the new user. It should cover the definition of long-term evolution, the role of 3GPP, a description of all the releases presently supported by the LTE System Toolbox, and a note about limitations to the LTE physical layer.

LTE-Advanced Functionality

The LTE System Toolbox represents LTE updates through functions and parameter settings. LTE-Advanced is represented in releases 10, 11, and 12 of the LTE Standard. This section opens with a brief description of significant Release 9 updates to the initial LTE offering.


Explain what functionality the product cannot perform, particularly the inability to compile code, generate C code, work with fixed-point data types, work with Simulink models or blocks, or work with System objects.

List of Abbreviations

This list defines commonly used LTE abbreviations and acronyms.

Parameter Field Names

An alphabetical list of all field names used within the LTE System Toolbox functions, their descriptions, their valid values, default values, and in which functions they are used is shown in the following table.

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