Developing Wireless Applications and Deploying to SDR Hardware

Event Type Start Time End Time
Webex 11 Jun 2020 - 15:00 CEST 11 Jun 2020 - 17:00 CEST

Overview

A Software Defined Radio (SDR) is a wireless device that typically consists of a configurable RF front end with an FPGA or programmable System-on-Chip (SoC). Commercially available SDR hardware can transmit and receive signals at different frequencies and can be used to prototype wireless standards algorithms including 5G, LTE and WLAN.

This seminar will demonstrate how to prototype wireless algorithms by connecting MATLAB and Simulink with SDR boards. This will include targeting algorithms to SDR hardware using code generation.

Highlights

  • LTE/5G/WLAN waveforms generation
  • Transmitting and receiving waveforms using SDR boards
  • Code generation workflows using Simulink
  • Targeting algorithms to SDR boards

About the Presenter

Stephan van Beek works as an European technical specialist with customers across Europe to establish Model-Based Design best practices in their SoC/FPGA design flows.

Prior to this, Stephan worked in the electronic (FPGA) design methodology group at Océ-Netherlands supporting Océ electrical engineers in further improving their FPGA design flows. He also worked in the motion control systems group at Anorad Europe BV. Stephan has a BSc. degree in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic in Eindhoven.

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