Ken Karnofsky, MathWorks
Amelia Dalton, EE Journal
The 5G New Radio specification completed by the 3GPP standardization body will enable wireless systems that deliver higher data rates, lower latency, and more power-efficient implementations.
5G networks and devices will require substantially different architectures, radio access technology, and physical layer algorithms. Dense networks of small cells will complement macro base stations, operating at millimeter wave technologies and employing massive MIMO antenna arrays. And the processing components within network equipment and user devices will become more integrated and adaptive.
Innovations like hybrid beamforming are stretching the old ways of developing wireless systems. These highly integrated technologies require a corresponding interaction of engineering domain expertise and tools.
This video presents and demonstrates available tools and techniques for designing and testing 5G New Radio physical layer algorithms, massive MIMO architectures and hybrid beamforming techniques for mmWave frequencies, and modeling and mitigating channel and RF impairments.
Learn how MathWorks products help you develop 5G wireless systems, including new digital, RF, and antenna array technologies that enable the ambitious performance goals of the new mobile communications standard.