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“University Suite covers wide range of topics – from physical radio propagation and MAC layer of LTE system to M2M communications – it creates a complete research platform for contemporary wireless communications.”
Dr inż. Andrzej Zankiewicz, Bialystok University of Technology, Poland

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Labs are a set of carefully chosen, practical and interactive laboratory exercises significantly accelerating the learning process on 4G and 5G wireless technologies. They are primarily targeted at research and educational institutions such as universities and training companies. Labs include predefined laboratory classes guiding the student from fundamental wireless aspects such as radio propagation or OFDM modulation up to more advanced topics such as MIMO and M2M. A wide range of laboratory exercises allows a student to familiarize with both link and network level aspects of 4G/5G systems.

Laboratory exercises are implemented in MATLAB and are based on other 5G Toolset components such as LTE PHY Lab and LTE MAC Lab. Each exercise consists of PDF instruction (including theoretical introduction with references for further reading and tasks for students) and matlab scripts with predefined simulation scenarios, Figure 1. At the end of each exercise, in PDF instruction a student may find exemplary test questions, which can be used to verify the gathered knowledge, Figure 2.

Figure 1. Laboratory exercise components

Figure 2. Use of Labs: from theory, through experiments to knowledge verification.

Figure 3. Labs in action

Link and network level exercises

Link-level laboratory exercises are implemented on a basis of LTE PHY Lab and focus on the transmitting and receiving PHY procedures for both eNB and UE. The processing blocks used for the PHY layer exercises are presented in Figure 4.

Network-level laboratory exercises are implemented on a basis of LTE MAC Lab and focus on dynamic behavior of Heterogeneous Network, including MAC layer procedures, propagation and mobility models, packet traffic analysis and transmission statistics. When performing system level simulations, the physical layer is abstracted as shown in Figure 5.

Figure 4. The processing blocks diagram for the PHY layer exercises

Figure 5. Physical layer abstraction in network-level exercises

Labs included:

  • OFDMA/SC-FDMA transmitter
  • Radio frame generation
  • Radio conditions and system environment
  • MIMO Processing
  • Scheduling algorithms
  • Physical signals generation
  • OFDMA receiver
  • MTC/M2M communication

Each lab consists of:

  • PDF document providing the theoretical introduction to the subject as well as the description and instructions for the predefined set of exercises
  • Matlab scripts supporting the software configuration and providing a base implementation for the experimentations within each exercise


  • Various options possible including multi seat licenses

Figure 6. Labs: Frame structure.

Figure 7. Labs: OFDM modulation.

Figure 8. Labs: Synchronization signals.

Figure 9. Labs: Propagation.

Figure. 10. Labs: MTC analysis.

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