Matlab and Simulink add faster wireless and radar design
March 26, 2013 // Nick Flaherty
MathWorks has strengthened support for wireless communications and radar design in its MATLAB and Simulink tools.
We rely heavily on MATLAB to design and model phased array performance in RADAR and communication markets, said Robert Liechty, business development manager at Cobham Defense Electronics in the UK. Phased Array System Toolbox has helped us rapidly measure and analyse antenna beam patterns with beam steering to evaluate our design performance. We are pleased to see major enhancements in Release 2013a such as the Sensor Array Analyser App and new statistical modeling capabilities that will allow more of our engineers to work more efficiently with Phased Array System Toolbox.
As wireless and radar communications systems become more complex, designers need to be able to see how RF devices and signal processing algorithms interact with each other to affect overall system behavior, said Ken Karnofsky, senior strategist for signal processing at MathWorks. These new capabilities in MATLAB and Simulink eliminate the time and effort required to maintain separate tools and legacy code bases.All news
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