Connecting MATLAB to USRP for Wireless System Design
Jeremy Twaits, NI
Learn how NI and MathWorks are collaborating to accelerate wireless system design with software-defined radios (SDRs) connected to MATLAB®. This session will introduce you to Wireless Testbench™, the latest toolbox for MATLAB that helps engineers explore and test wireless reference applications in real-time on SDR hardware. You will see how MATLAB and supported SDR hardware from Ettus ResearchTM, an NI brand, can be used for over-the-air wireless testing at maximum sample rates (250 MSPS). You can perform spectrum monitoring and signal detection of standards-based and custom signals by leveraging FPGA processing onboard the supported USRP devices. You will learn how to run MATLAB scripts to execute, configure, and probe the applications running on the SDR hardware.
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