Verify Xilinx RFSoC Gen-3 System Performance in mmWave Applications with MATLAB and Simulink
Matt Brown, Avnet
The Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC integrates multi-giga-sample RF data converters into a programmable SOC architecture. Wireless systems engineers designing with RFSoC need software tools that can interact directly with the RF subsystem to inject test signals and measure hardware performance prior to algorithm development.
In this webinar, engineers from Avnet and MathWorks will demonstrate how to capture, measure, and characterize RF performance in millimeter-wave bands using MATLAB and Simulink and the Avnet mmWave Radio Development Kit with Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC Gen-3.
During our presentation, we will demonstrate how to:
- Define RF test criteria for RFSoC Gen-3 with 6 GHz analog bandwidth
- Connect to RFSoC Gen-3 and mmWave RF front-end hardware from MATLAB and Simulink
- Generate 5G test waveforms and analyze captured data to characterize system performance
About the Presenter
Matt Brown is an engineer at Avnet. His passion is to reduce the complexity of SoC design, allowing engineering teams to start development at the application level. Matt spent over a decade as an FAE, and also helped design Motorola's first Iridium™ satellite phone. Recent endeavors include Simulink-based workflows for software-defined radios and industrial drives.
Noam Levine works in Technical Marketing at MathWorks, concentrating on hardware-targeted, application-based workflows. Noam holds a MSEE from Northeastern University and a BSEE from Boston University.
Recorded: 29 Sep 2020
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