Model the physical layer of your wireless communications systems in MATLAB and Simulink before building them. Compose test benches that provide complete executable specifications of your designs, extending from information bits to signals radiating on antennas. Perform simulation to optimize parameters, examine what-if scenarios, and iterate quickly on designs. Test your designs and verify system-level performance using a suite of visualization and measurements tools, including configurable spectrum analyzers and scopes.
With Communications System Toolbox™ and related wireless design products, you can:
Smart RF systems consist of digitally controlled, tunable RF front ends that can adapt to different operating conditions. With Simulink and SimRF™, you can model and simulate the RF transceiver together with baseband algorithms and analog/mixed-signal components. In addition, you can model them in a closed-loop configuration. This allows you to analyze complex algorithms and rapidly explore many different scenarios to the optimize system performance in the presence of RF impairments. You can:
Go beyond simulation and test your ideas in the lab. Connect your system models to a wide range of software-defined radios and RF instruments. Generate waveforms and test your design with over-the-air transmission and reception of wireless signal.
Use LTE System Toolbox™ for golden reference design verification, end-to-end simulation, waveform generation and analysis, and signal information recovery of your LTE and LTE-A systems. Accelerate your LTE physical layer (PHY) development with a suite of standard-compliant algorithms, test benches and reference designs, and conformance testing and waveform generation tools. Use LTE System Toolbox as a starting point and a benchmark of performance for your advanced wireless research projects.
With LTE System Toolbox, you can:
With Phased Array System Toolbox™, you can model, simulate, and analyze complete radar systems to optimize performance and uncover expensive design errors before final hardware implementation. MathWorks tools for radar system design help you: