Generate a variety of standards-compliant Wi-Fi waveforms. Interactively create, add RF impairments, visualize, and export waveforms with the Wireless Waveform Generator app. Visualize results in constellation diagram, spectrum analyzer, OFDM grid, and time scope plots.
Simulate WLAN end-to-end wireless communication links. Incorporate transmitter, channel modeling, and receiver operations. Apply channel models and perform link-level simulations for various IEEE 802.11 standard versions. Analyze link performance by computing packet error rate (PER), bit error rate, and throughput metrics.
Detect and decode WLAN packets and recover signal information. Perform frame synchronization, frequency offset correction, channel estimation and equalization, and common error phase tracking. Demodulate and decode signaling and data fields. Recover 802.11 OFDM non-HT beacon packets.
AI, Positioning, and Sensing
Apply AI techniques to localize and detect features over Wi-Fi networks. Use a convolutional neural network for wireless sensing by using the channel state information. Train and test a deep neural network for high-precision positioning of multiple stations based on fingerprinting.
Generate standards-compliant 802.11be™ waveforms. Build end-to-end link-level simulation using a TGax propagation channel model and receiver. Detect received 802.11be (Wi-Fi 7) packets and decode their data fields and MAC frames. Model multi-user links and measure PER, error vector magnitude (EVM), and spectral characteristics.
Connect your transmitter and receiver models to radio devices and transmit and receive signals over the air. Use MATLAB to acquire and analyze signals received via RF instruments or software-defined radio (SDR) hardware. Implement WLAN time and frequency synchronization models.