Get Started with Wireless HDL Toolbox
Wireless HDL Toolbox™ provides pre-verified, hardware-ready Simulink® blocks and subsystems for developing 5G, LTE, WLAN, satellite (DVB-S2), and custom OFDM-based wireless communication applications. The toolbox includes reference applications for wireless standards and IP blocks.
You can modify the reference applications for integration into your own design. HDL implementations of the toolbox algorithms are optimized for efficient resource usage and performance for prototyping or for production deployment on FPGA, ASIC, and SoC devices.
The toolbox algorithms generate readable, synthesizable code in VHDL® and Verilog® (with HDL Coder™). You can verify the generated HDL code on FPGA hardware from Simulink using FPGA in the loop cosimulation. Also, you can generate SystemVerilog DPI components to verify wireless applications in an HDL environment (with HDL Verifier™). For over-the-air testing, you can connect transmitter and receiver models to radio devices (with Communications Toolbox™ and SoC Blockset™ hardware support packages).
- Introduction to 5G NR Signal Detection
This example shows how to implement PSS detection and SSB grid recovery for HDL code generation.
- Configure the Simulink Environment for Hardware Design
Create a Simulink model for designing an HDL-compatible communications system.
- Verify Turbo Decoder with Streaming Data from MATLAB
This example shows how to verify a hardware-targeted Turbo Decoder design using streaming data from MATLAB®.
- Verify Turbo Decoder with Framed Data from MATLAB
This example shows how to verify a hardware-targeted LTE Turbo Decoder design using frames of data from MATLAB®.