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LTE Transmitter using Zynq-based Software-Defined Radio (SDR)

This example shows how to use the Xilinx® Zynq-based radio support package with MATLAB® and LTE Toolbox™ to generate an LTE transmission. If you have a second SDR platform the transmitted signal can be captured and the broadcast channel decoded using the companion example LTE Receiver using Zynq-based Software-Defined Radio (SDR).

Example Summary

LTE Toolbox can be used to generate standard-compliant baseband IQ downlink and uplink reference measurement channel (RMC) waveforms and downlink test model (E-TM) waveforms. These baseband waveforms can be modulated for RF transmission using SDR radio hardware such as Xilinx Zynq-based radio.

In this example eight frames of a baseband RMC waveform are generated using the LTE Toolbox. A continuous RF LTE waveform is created by looping transmission of these eight frames with the Zynq radio hardware for a user-specified time period.

If you have a second SDR platform the transmitted waveform can be captured and the broadcast channel decoded using the companion example LTE Receiver using Zynq-based Software-Defined Radio (SDR).

SDR Support Packages

This example requires the Xilinx Zynq-Based Radio support package. This can be installed using the Add-On Explorer.

More information about other supported SDR platforms can be found here.

Full Example

The full example description and source code can be found in the list of examples using Xilinx Zynq-Based Radio under the name "LTE Transmitter Using Analog Devices AD9361/AD9364".