Model, Simulate, and Test 5G NR PHY in MATLAB

Overview

This webinar shows the application of 5G Toolbox™ for 3GPP5G New Radio (NR) physical layer modeling. Standards-compliant models in MATLAB® are implemented to explore the behavior of 5G physical layer systems or components. MATLAB version R2020a is used.

Highlights Include:

  • Uplink and downlink 5G NR waveform generation including pre-defined (test models, FRCs) and full custom waveforms
  • Mixed numerology, CP-OFDM, and SC-FDMA
  • Modeling of 5G uplink and downlink physical channels and signals such as PDSCH/PUSCH, PDCCH/PUCCH, synchronization burst, DMRS (demodulation reference signals), CSI-RS, SRS, and PT-RS
  • Channel models as specified in TR 38.901 including tapped delay line (TDL) and clustered delay line (CDL)
  • Link-level simulation reference design, enabling you to measure throughput of a downlink (PDSCH) or an uplink (PUSCH) 5G link over 2-D or 3-D channel model
  • Synchronization procedures including cell search and MIB decoding
  • Beamforming applied to millimeter wave (mmw) transmission
  • Downlink ACLR measurement

Please allow approximately 45 minutes to attend the presentation and Q&A session. We will be recording this webinar, so if you can't make it for the live broadcast, register and we will send you a link to watch it on-demand. 

About the Presenter

Marc Barberis is an application engineer with MathWorks, based in Silicon Valley, where he focuses on wireless standards such as 5G NR, LTE and WLAN. Prior to joining MathWorks, Marc worked on the modeling of telecommunications systems and the design of receivers for 2G/3G cellular phones and satellites systems among others. He attended numerous 3GPPstandardization meetings for GSM/EDGE and W-CDMA. He holds a M.S. in Signal Processing from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications de Paris, France.

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