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MathWorks Tool-box assures LTE standard compliance

15 Nov 2013

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An LTE System Tool-box was launched by MathWorks to aid engineers in designing, verifying or analysing LTE standard-compliant wireless communication systems and devices. Designed as an add-on to the MATLAB and Communications System Toolbox, the product is beneficial to developers of LTE components and end-equipment in the commercial, military, security, and public safety wireless industries, which require strict conformity to LTE and LTE-Advanced specifications.

MathWorks' LTE System Tool-box contains golden reference models and test waveforms that help engineers reduce in-house tool development requirements. It educates and encourages engineers to reuse components and enables them to focus on creating unique IP instead of creating reference models and generating test signals.

"As the market for LTE technology grows, engineers need to verify that their product designs conform with, or can co-exist with, the LTE and LTE-Advanced standard," said Ken Karnofsky, senior strategist for signal processing applications, MathWorks. "In addition, because LTE is extremely complex and continues to evolve, very few companies have the resources or expertise to do this in-house. LTE System Tool-box will help teams to achieve standard compliance without a large engineering investment."




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