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LTE system tool box

Asked by Shashikant on 5 Aug 2014
Latest activity Commented on by Walter Roberson
on 13 Nov 2015
We are using LTE system tool box. Using this toolbox, we want to test eNodeB and UE implementation of Matlab. But LTE system toolbox gives functions for individual channels only. There is no integrated code for all channels of eNodeB and UE available.
Has any one integrated all channels of eNodeB and UE? If yes, please suggest the methodology and code/s.
Thanks and Regards,
Shashikant

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Antonis
Answer by Antonis
on 17 Aug 2014

What do you mean by "individual channels"? You could generate each channel you desire (for example PDCCH,PCFICH,PDSCH) and then serially map it to the subframe (by using indexing). A relevant test-case can be found in the "LTE Waveform Modeling Using Downlink Transport and Physical Channels" example.

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Bill Wu
Answer by Bill Wu
on 25 Dec 2014

When running LTE example, the following error message showed up:
Undefined function 'lteRMCDL' for input arguments of type 'char'.
Error in LTE (line 14) enb{i} = lteRMCDL('R.5');
Does this mean that I did not have the library downloaded or the library with lteRMCDL istalled?

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Thang Pham on 13 Nov 2015
I just downloaded and install a trial license with the Signal Processing and Communications and tried to run the Trial>> PRSPositioningExample, then recived the same error as below:
Undefined function 'lteRMCDL' for input arguments of type 'char'.
Error in PRSPositioningExample (line 39) enb{i}=lteRMCDL('R.5'); % Get configuration based on RMC
How can I resolve this issue?
Walter Roberson
on 13 Nov 2015
Thang Pham, could you confirm that you have installed R2014a or later? I do find the routine documented at http://www.mathworks.com/help/lte/ref/ltermcdl.html
Does the command
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show the LTE toolbox?

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Bill Wu
Answer by Bill Wu
on 25 Dec 2014

How to install LTE sytem tool box?

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per isakson
on 25 Dec 2014
Few will notice a new question here.

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