5G Wireless Technology

Wireless engineering teams use MATLAB to reduce development time, eliminate design problems early, and streamline testing and verification.

5G Wireless Communications

Wireless engineering teams use MATLAB to reduce development time, eliminate design problems early, and streamline testing and verification.

  • Prove algorithm and system design concepts with simulation and over-the-air signals
  • Generate customizable waveforms to verify conformance to the latest 5G, LTE, and WLAN standards
  • Create models using digital, RF, and antenna elements to explore and optimize system behavior
  • Automatically generate HDL or C code for prototyping and implementation without hand-coding
  • Create reusable golden reference modelsfor iterative verification of wireless designs, prototypes, and implementations
  • Automate analysis of large-scale field test data and visualize your simulation results

MATLAB & Simulink’s 5G Solution e-book

Why Use MATLAB and Simulink for 5G?

  • Create and optimize IP for 5G products.
  • Share models and code across 5G wireless connection development teams
  • Simulate the impact of algorithm, RF, and antenna design choices on system performance.
  • Ensure designs are standard-compliant
  • Verify the behavior of designs with hardware prototypes and over-the-air tests

Testing 5G NR Devices with Standard Waveforms

You can use MATLAB to generate 3GPP defined 5G NR reference waveforms and perform error vector magnitude (EVM)

Please click here to learn more about Testing 5G NR Devices with Standard Waveforms. Download this whitepaper to learn how you can:

  • Generate 3GPP defined 5G NR reference waveforms
  • Apply filters to reduce adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR)
  • Perform error vector magnitude (EVM)
  • Analyze phase noise impact on modeling
  • Investigate power amplifier impairments

Deploying 5G NR Wireless Communications on FPGAs: A Complete MATLAB and Simulink Workflow

Designing innovative wireless communication devices requires close collaboration across multiple disciplines. Deploying algorithmic models to FPGA hardware enables rapid prototyping and over-the-air testing, and automatically generating HDL code directly from system-level algorithms eliminates time-consuming steps in implementation and verification.

Using a 5G NR Cell Search design to illustrate the process, this white paper describes the workflow for converting MATLAB® algorithms and Simulink® models directly to HDL for FPGAs

Accelerating the Development of Hardware Testbeds for 5G Wireless Systems

R&D Engineers research an integrated methodology and workflow to develop complex algorithms and ensure fast deployment to hardware test, as they discuss the use of new generation wireless communication systems in engineering. You can download the technical report titled “Accelerating the Development of Hardware Testbeds for 5G Wireless Systems” which deals with this subject.

5G Wireless Communication Development

  • Create and optimize IP for 5G products.
  • Share models and code across 5G wireless connection development teams
  • Simulate the impact of algorithm, RF, and antenna design choices on system performance.
  • Ensure designs are standard-compliant
  • Verify the behavior of designs with hardware prototypes and over-the-air tests

Keywords:  Wireless Connections, 5G Wireless Connections

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