The examples featured here show you how to connect SDR hardware with the WLAN Toolbox™. For more information about supported SDR platforms, see Supported Hardware – Software-Defined Radio (Communications Toolbox).
Blindly detects, decodes, and analyzes multiple IEEE 802.11a™ and IEEE 802.11ax™ packets in a waveform. The example provides a summary of the detected packets and displays the MAC contents, error vector magnitude (EVM), power, and signaling information for a selected packet.
Use the Xilinx® Zynq-based radio support package with MATLAB® and WLAN Toolbox™ to generate a simultaneous transmission and reception on a single SDR platform.
Use the Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP®) device using SDRu (Software Defined Radio USRP®) System objects™ to implement a WLAN receiver. The receiver is able to recover 802.11™ OFDM non-HT beacon frames transmitted over the air from commercial 802.11 hardware.
Transmit and receive WLAN packets on a single radio platform, USRP® Embedded Series Radio Support Package with MATLAB® and WLAN Toolbox™. An image file is encoded and packed into WLAN packets for transmission, and subsequently decoded on reception.
Transmit and receive WLAN packets on a single PlutoSDR device, using the Communications Toolbox™ Support Package for ADALM-PLUTO Radio and the WLAN Toolbox™. An image file is encoded and packed into WLAN packets for transmission, and subsequently decoded on reception.
Generate packets containing MAC beacon frames suitable for baseband simulation or over-the-air transmission using an SDR platform.
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