Wireless HDL Toolbox

 

Wireless HDL Toolbox

Design and implement 5G and LTE communications subsystems for FPGAs, ASICs, and SoCs

5G New Radio (NR)

Integrate prebuilt and verified 5G NR subsystem IP for cell search and master/system information block (MIB/SIB1) recovery. Design custom hardware with 5G NR IP blocks such as LDPC, Polar and CRC. 

Configurable OFDM

Transmit and receive data using orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) hardware subsystem IP. Design custom OFDM-based FPGA or ASIC hardware using HDL-optimized IP blocks.

Satellite Communications

Design satellite communications based on DVB-S2 and CCSDS for FPGA or ASIC implementation. Integrate subsystem IP such as a DVB-S2 Receiver, or develop your own using HDL-optimized IP blocks.

WLAN

Develop wireless LAN communications systems for FPGA or ASIC hardware. Get started with a WLAN receiver or time and frequency synchronization subsystem, or create custom functionality with IP blocks

LTE

Integrate prebuilt and verified 4G LTE subsystem hardware IP for cell search, master/system information block (MIB/SIB1) recovery, or a multiple-output (MIMO) LTE transmitter.

Custom Communications

Use hardware-proven building block IP to develop custom communications systems. Get started quickly with example designs such as a digital pre-distorter (DPD), and a variable-size FFT.

Verification

Simulate hardware-ready models while comparing results against the MATLAB reference algorithms. Use HDL Verifier to cosimulate with the generated HDL or to generate models for RTL verification.

FPGA, ASIC, and SoC Deployment

Use HDL Coder to target your application to FPGA-based software-defined radio (SDR) platforms to prototype with live over-the-air signals and reuse the same models for production deployment.

“We accelerated implementation by adapting the LTE golden reference model from Wireless HDL Toolbox™ and deploying it to a Zynq® UltraScale+™ RFSoC board using HDL Coder™. This approach saved us at least a year of engineering effort and enabled me to complete the implementation myself without having to hire an additional digital engineer”

Matthew Weiner, RF Pixels

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