MATLAB® products for wireless standards help ensure that your designs comply with wireless industry standards. You can reduce development time with test waveforms and open, customizable receiver algorithms. MATLAB enables you to meet performance requirements with end-to-end link-level and system-level modeling and simulations.

  • Generate waveforms for simulations or over-the-air testing using command-line functions or the Wireless Waveform Generator app
  • Implement performance measurements such as BER, PER, BLER, throughput, capacity, ACLR, EVM
  • Create and optimize your IP for 6G using open MATLAB functions
  • Create golden reference models to verify conformance for downstream implementations on DSP processors or FPGAs

Why Use Wireless Standards?

Two graphics of a downlink carrier waveform generation. One is using 15 k H z and the other is using 30 k H z.

Cellular Communications (5G, LTE)

Model 5G and LTE (4G) wireless communications systems. Generate uplink and downlink standards-based waveforms. Characterize transmitter and receiver performance in presence of RF impairments and interference. Verify meeting performance metrics by performing end-to-end link-level and system-level simulations.

Screenshot of the Wireless Waveform Generator Spectrum Analyzer window.

Wi-Fi (WLAN) Communications

Model wireless LAN (Wi-Fi®) communications systems. Generate standards-based waveforms. Perform end-to-end link-level simulations. Model Wi-Fi links with multiple nodes. Simulate protocol stacks that include PHY, MAC, and application layers.

A model of a satellite orbiting around Earth.

Satellite Communications and Navigation

Model satellite communications and navigation systems. Perform scenario modeling, orbit propagation, and visualization. Analyze satellite access and link budgets. Enable standards-based waveform generation and end-to-end link-level simulations.

Heat map of packet delivery ratio for an LE Audio system with WLAN interference

Bluetooth Communications

Model Bluetooth® Low Energy (LE) and Bluetooth Classic communications systems. Enable standards-based waveform generation and end-to-end link-level simulations. Assess coexistence, interference, localization, mesh networking, and LE Audio scenarios.