HiperLAN/2 is a European (ETSI) standard for high-rate wireless LANs, based on OFDM, operating in the 5GHz band and offering raw data rates up to 54Mbit/s. At the PHY layer it is very similar to IEEE 802.11a. This is a reference model showing TX side coding and modulation for the 16QAM, 3/4 code rate mode, with a corresponding ideal receiver chain and AWGN channel. The model is a good example of the use of frame-based processing in Simulink simulations as the OFDM symbols provide a natural frame size for the model.
Reference: ETSI TS 101 475 V1.2.2 (2001-02) Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN): HIPERLAN Type 2: Physical (PHY) Layer
I thought that in 16QAM with 3/4 code rate mode offering raw data rates i up to 36Mbit/s, not 54Mbps
02 Sep 2008
19 Aug 2008
Hi I used this model and it really sent some positive signal to me. Im working on a project which has to with modeling and simulation of 802.11a and I find your work so similar to what I want to do. PLEASE can you send me documentation or guide on how to do my project. Thanks.
16 Jun 2008
01 Jun 2008
muy buena simulacion
30 Aug 2007
Would you please send documentation or full report to completely understand the simulation. Thanks bro.
05 Jun 2007
RANA JAVAID IQBAL
I M STUDENT AND SIMULATING OFDM SYSTEM I WOULD BE VERY MUCH THANK FULL IF U HELP ME IN THIS SIMULATION MODEL
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30 Nov 2006
08 Oct 2006
i m a student of embedded systems, i m studing on hyperlan2 , i have design on new convolution .at the conclusion , i can say that snr should be high ,so that ber shoul be zero.sir, can u plz tell me what would be the main objective or abstrat .i willl be great ful if u reaply me very soon.
31 May 2006
03 Mar 2006
Ur design is really good .Actally I want 2 design a channel estimator after the OFDM receiver block.So,can u kindly e-mail me the relevant documentation for ur design as it is required in my design.
12 Dec 2005
I'm sending this mail hoping will get the helpful reply to my question, or at least redirect me to who can help with that!
I'm using the hiperlan2 file at the demos of the simulink MATLAB.
the output of this file is OFDM signal with 16QAM mapping at baseband.
My question is that, if I want to upconvert this output to a higher frequency as RF within the MATLAB, how can I do so!!!!????? as I need to upconvert the OFDM signal to an RF frequency and use it at some other applications!!
Please let me know if you kan help me with this as soon as possible.... Many Thanks.
With Best Regards,
19 Dec 2004
Hi i used this model first time and it really facinate me a lot. could u guide me how can i desigh this model by my own as i want to implement in my simulations. Can you please e-mail me your code and relevant documentation so I can better understand exactly what you have done and how it works. Thanks a lot.
28 Oct 2004
Hi i used this model first time and it really facinate me a lot. could u guide me how can i desigh this model by my own as i want to implement in my simulations
17 Jul 2004
I started working on 5GHZ WLAN standards and need to develop my own reference hiperlan2 model so if you could e-mail me your code and relevant documentation so I can better understand exactly what you have done and how it works will be highly apprecaited.
01 Jul 2004
I have download your code, but i can see nothing when open the mdl file.please tell me reason.
I would be grateful if you could e-mail me your code and relevant documentation so I can better understand exactly what you have done and how it works
28 Nov 2003
I am interested in OFDM and 802.11a
21 Aug 2003
i am interesting OFDM
29 Jan 2003
Miguel Angel Berzosa Losada
I think the results are not correct because of the puncture and insert zero block. I´ve made a model very close to it using another PHY mode (with no puncture and with 9/16 puncture) and I get good results:for example, in 16QAM 9/16 puncture, BER=2.33e-6 for SNR=19 dB. I´m trying the same configuration, but changing the puncture vector for 3/4 and BER is around 0.5.
12 Nov 2002
As a reference quite nice, but the IDFT/DFT is wrong implemented (the standard does not use the weighting factor 1/64 in the IDFT but in the DFT!) and the model is not suitable for low SNRs (real signal power in HiperLAN2 is 200mW) as the Viterbi decoder produces errors