In this webcast, system-level design simulations will be examined for LTE 2×2 MIMO transmitter and receiver design case studies. RF/baseband design trade-offs will be discussed. A transmitter case study will investigate simulated transmitter design impairments and their effects on system-level metrics such as EVM. A receiver case study will investigate MIMO BER simulations with MIMO channel modeling and receiver design impairments. Combining simulation and test to generate and analyze signals for R&D hardware testing will also be discussed.

Duration: One hour

Who should view this webcast:
R&D – System Architects, Algorithm Developers, and Baseband hardware designers in R&D with responsibility for Layer 1 signal processing design or implementation.

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Greg Jue is an applications development engineer/scientist with Agilent EEsof Electronic Design Automation (EDA), specializing in LTE and WiMAX™ applications. Greg wrote the design simulation section in Agilent's new LTE book, and has authored numerous articles, presentations and application notes, including Agilent's new LTE algorithm reference whitepaper. Greg pioneered combining design and test solutions at Agilent Technologies, and authored the popular application notes 1394 and 1471 on combining simulation and test. Before joining Agilent in 1995, he worked on system design for the Deep Space Network at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech University.

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