MathWorks unveils library for 6G wireless waveforms

MathWorks unveils library for 6G wireless waveforms

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

MathWorks is exhibiting its latest developments at the IMS 2024 conference in Washington, DC, where it will be demonstrating the use of MATLAB® and Simulink® to accelerate and optimize wireless communications designs through modeling, simulation, testing, and implementation tools

Several wireless communications workflows will be demonstrated, such as exploring 6G waveforms, including over-the-air testing with MATLAB. This demonstration will teach wireless engineers how to explore, design, and analyze candidate 6G candidate signals and waveforms. A new 6G Exploration Library for MATLAB enables engineers to easily configure and generate 6G waveform candidates, efficiently connect MATLAB to RF instruments or software-defined radios (SDRs), transmit the waveforms over the air, make signal quality measurements, and much more.

Another demonstration, wideband radar and communication waveform classification with Universal Software Radio Peripherals (USRPs) is a guided tour that showcases a real-time system for identifying 5G NR and RADAR signals, combining NI™ USRP™ SDR with deep learning. Attendees will work with multiple MATLAB products, including Deep Learning Toolbox™, Wireless Testbench™, Image Processing Toolbox™, and Communications Toolbox™.

MathWorks will also showcasing 5G waveform design and validation using MATLAB and Keysight test equipment. Here engineers will learn to use MATLAB apps, including 5G Toolbox™ and Instrument Control Toolbox™, and command line functions to generate 5G NR test waveforms, transmit them OTA (over-the-air) using a signal generator, capture them with a Keysight signal analyzer, and analyze their EVMs. Measuring RF filters with Keysight VNA, creating MATLAB behavioral models, and tuning filter performance: RF and microwave professionals will learn how to control an instrument and acquire data in MATLAB, using RF Toolbox, for visualization, analysis, and postprocessing. 

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