Software defined radio (SDR) is emerging as a viable way to rapidly prototype next-generation 5G wireless systems to analyze performance in real-world environments and iterate on designs because it closely mirrors the functionality found in real wireless devices with the added flexibility of broader frequency coverage and reprogrammable baseband processing. This session offers a broad view of the graphical system design approach as research moves from idea to prototype using SDR within the 5G research arena tackling many of the challenges including waveform design and massive MIMO systems. The attendees will get a free hands-on exposure on prototyping tools that can be used for 5G and next generation communication systems.
- Introduction to major 5G technologies
- Tools and technologies for prototyping 5G Wireless Communication Systems
- Overview of NI LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite & NI USRP RIO
- Defining System Architecture using System Design Tools and Reference Designs
- Rapid Algorithm Development using Mathscrip and Multirate Diagram
- Deploying high throughput low latency designs on to FPGA
- Connecting and Exercising Design Over The Air
- LTE and 802.11ac Reference Design
- 5G Prototyping Case Studies and Demos
Who Should Attend
Primary: Wireless researchers and educators who are interested in taking a deeper dive into the prototyping of wireless communication systems.
|September 8, 2015||10:30 AM - 2:30 PM||
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology
Islamabad, Park Road, Tarlai Kalan, Islamabad 45550, Pakistan
For any further clarification, please call: +92-51-5162938