Increased support for RF MIMO systems design and development with MathWorks updates: Page 6 of 6

May 31, 2016 // By Steve Taranovich
Designers and R&D teams developing the next round of Wireless Infrastructure will need to provide a system with ultra-high throughput, massive connectivity for the IoT and high integration for devices. If you fall in this category, you will want to take a really detailed look at what MathWorks has just brought to the table for you. 5G is coming fast.

Next, designers/R&D teams can incorporate their antenna and RF models into the Downstream Workflow. See Figures 13 and 14.

Figure 13: Designers/R&D teams can model RF/Microwave behaviour such as impedance, resonance, return loss, bandwidth and more. (Image courtesy of MathWorks).

Figure 14: Antenna behaviour can be modelled and seen such as Radiation patterns, beamwidth, E-Plane and H-Plane, and Polarization. (Image courtesy of MathWorks).

5G technology R&D

With 5G being so close to implementation, tough requirements need to be addressed, such as Enhanced mobile broadband of greater than 20 Gbps, Ultra-low latency of less than 10 msec, massive machine-type connectivity, ubiquitous coverage and service everywhere and anytime, and LTE/WLAN co-existence.

Some candidate technologies to make the above requirements a part of the 5G system reality, new technologies must be implemented such as Massive MIMO and beamforming, Active phased array antenna systems, emerging waveforms like UFMS, FBMC and GFDM must be addressed, higher bandwidth and mmWave bands employed and so much more.

Figure 15: MIMO beamforming can be implemented into an development/evaluation system in an end-to-end analysis of system performance. (Image courtesy of MathWorks).

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