TMLTE PHY Lab is a comprehensive implementation of the 3GPP Release 8 E-UTRAphysical layer. It has a form of a MATLAB Tool...
The LTE PHY Lab functions are easily and broadly parametrizable, and external sources of             information can be us...
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LTE PHY Lab™ v.1 is a comprehensive implementation of the 3GPP Release 8 E-UTRA physical layer. LTE PHY Lab™ v.1 can be used at all stages of the LTE software, hardware and IPR development, from research, prototyping and implementation, up to system benchmarking, verification and testing. For more info please visit our webpage: http://is-wireless.com/lte-phy-lab/

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LTE PHY Lab™

  1. 1. TMLTE PHY Lab is a comprehensive implementation of the 3GPP Release 8 E-UTRAphysical layer. It has a form of a MATLAB Toolbox for its great flexibility in applications R&D, prototyping and designsuch as modeling and simulation of the communication systems. LTE PHY Lab can be of PHY layer basebandused at all stages of the LTE software, hardware and IPR development, from research, functions and algorithms including proprietaryprototyping and implementation, up to system benchmarking, verification and testing. implementations and IPR, where LTE PHY Lab shortensTogether with selling the LTE PHY Lab, we offer the unrivaled customer support service the development time.including tracking of the 3GPP specs, bug fixing, integration support and customizationof the design. Development of RF elements and design of higher layers (e.g. MAC) and protocols, where LTE PHY Lab serves as a reference PHY layer model.LTE PHY Lab is implemented according to TS 36.211-870, TS 36.212-870 and TS36.213-870. It includes, from day one, both the downlink and the uplink processing Testing and verification ofchains covering all the PHY steps such as FEC, modulation, MIMO processing, resource the developed algorithms ormapping, OFDMA and SCFDMA signal generation. Thanks to that, baseband models of complete equipments,both the eNB and also the UE, can be easily created. High detail of functional blocks where LTE PHY Lab provides test and reference signal implementation allows for vectors. great flexibility in customized and proprietary designs. In Education, including specia- addition, it is very useful in lized technical trainings, as applications of the LTE PHY well as university classes, where LTE PHY Lab can be Lab in education, where it is used to enrich theoretical often important to evaluate the sessions by providing the role of every single component real demonstrations of the block. The summary of all the LTE PHY layer behavior. supported channels and signals is shown in the table below. Figure 1. LTE Downlink subframe 0.
  2. 2. The LTE PHY Lab functions are easily and broadly parametrizable, and external sources of information can be used to drive the created models (for example to fill out the user plane data). In addition, plenty of examples on how to use the functions are provided, together with the test files and representative channel models. Some available plots from the operation of the LTE PHY Lab are presented in the figures 2-4.>01 :/ INTRODUCTION / Figure 2: DL radio frame resource grid. Figure 3: UL radio frame resource grid. 3GPP Release 8 E-UTRA physical layer implementation according to TS 36.211-970, TS 36.212-870, and TS 36.213-870 Downlink and uplink (including RACH) support available from day one FDD or TDD Support of MIMO (2 and 4 antennas SM (SU-MIMO), TX-diversity) OFDMA and SC-FDMA Flexible control of all the necessary parameters Support for all the LTE bandwidths: 1.4MHz, 3MHz, 5MHz, 10MHz, 15MHz, 20MHz Channel models included (AWGN, SUI, E-UTRA 3GPP TS 36.101) Test files included Resource allocation (number and placement of resource blocks) Figure 4: Tx and Rx PDSCH constellation of unsychronized system. Input bits for data and control channels MIMO configuration (number of antennas and mode of operation) MCS (modulation, transport block size, redundancy version) System parameters (UE and Cell ID, system BW, control area size, UL channels configuration) Marek Wojczuk T: +48 22 213 8297 sales@is-wireless.com

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