5G NR Development with MATLAB

Event Type Start Time End Time
Webex 9 Jun 2020 - 15:00 CEST 9 Jun 2020 - 16:30 CEST


In this seminar, you learn how to apply the latest capabilities in MATLAB to model, simulate, test, and prototype 5G technologies including baseband algorithms, massive MIMO antenna arrays, and digitally-controlled RF front ends.  In-depth examples will show how you can optimize and verify your 5G design through all phases of development.


  • Perform 5G NR PHY simulation, including uplink and downlink processing
  • Generate standards-compliant waveforms for design verification and over-the-air testing
  • Model RF stages and evaluate their effect on signal quality
  • Capture and decode off the air signals
  • Visualize antenna sites, communication links, and signal coverage on maps
  • Evaluate links 

About the Presenter

Daniel Garcia-Alis:

Daniel leads the LTE and WLAN development teams at the MathWorks, his work focuses on the simulation and modelling of physical layer for LTE, WLAN, 5G and other communication standards. Daniel has been with the MathWorks for over four years, prior to that he worked for Steepest Ascent Ltd, where he acquired extensive expertise on signal processing and digital communications. Daniel holds a MEng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain, and a PhD on adaptive receivers for mobile communications from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Alessandro Peloni:

Alessandro is a software engineer at the MathWorks. His work focuses on the simulation and modelling of physical layer for LTE, WLAN, and 5G. Alessandro has been with the MathWorks for over two years, the first of which focused on supporting customers in their technical issues. Alessandro holds an MEng in Astronautical Engineering from the University of Rome Sapienza, Italy, and a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Glasgow, UK.

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