Satellite Communications Toolbox provides standards-based tools for designing, simulating, and verifying satellite communications systems and links. The toolbox enables you to model and visualize satellite orbits and perform link analysis and access calculations. You can also design physical layer algorithms together with RF components and ground station receivers, generate test waveforms, and perform golden reference design verification.
With the toolbox you can configure, simulate, measure, and analyze end-to-end satellite communications links. You can also create and reuse tests to verify that your designs, prototypes, and implementations comply with satellite communications and navigations standards, including DVB-S2X, DVB-S2, CCSDS, and GPS.
Build complete satellite scenario simulation.
Model satellites in orbit, analyze access between the satellites and ground stations, and visualize fields of view and ground tracks of the satellites.
Create, configure, analyze, and visualize link budgets for satellite communications.
Learn the workflow to generate satellite communications standards-based waveforms.
Create objects to store properties required for waveform generation and signal data recovery.
Generate waveforms for various satellite communications standards.
Calculate the Earth-space propagation losses for the design of Earth-space Systems.
What is Satellite Communications Toolbox
A brief introduction to the toolbox.
Multi-Hop, Time-Varying Communications Link Analysis
Create a satellite scenario that models a multi-hop link with two satellites and two ground stations.