How to generate a 5G mmWave waveform

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Nathan Ellsworth
Nathan Ellsworth on 3 Nov 2019
Commented: Josh Wright on 16 Dec 2022
I have both the LTE Toolbox and 5G Toolbox and I don't see a way to generate a > 6GHz mmWave 5G waveform. Are there any recommended ways to do this?
Ultimately, I would like to be able to export a .mat file containing the complex array of I & Q values to then be reproduced by a Tektronix arbitrary waveform generator.
Any tips appreciated.
Thanks
Nathan Ellsworth
UT Dallas
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Josh Wright
Josh Wright on 16 Dec 2022
I have 5G Toolbox version 1.2 installed on Matlab 2019b but I am unable to open nrWaveformGenerator ("Unrecognized function"). Is nrWaveformGenerator application included in this version?

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Sriram Tadavarty
Sriram Tadavarty on 5 Jan 2021
Hi Nathan,
You can use any of the above to generate a mmWave waveform. For mmWave, you need to operate in FR2 and use the numerologies (SCS: 60 kHz & 120 kHz) related to FR2.
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Sriram

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