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We at MathWorks believe in the importance of engineers and scientists.They increase human knowledge and profoundly improve our standard of living.
We created MATLAB and Simulink to help them do their best work.

MATLAB® is the easiest and most productive computing environment for engineers and scientists. With math, graphics, and programming, it’s designed for the way you think and the work you do.

Simulink® is a block diagram environment for simulation and Model-Based Design of multidomain and embedded engineering systems. Explore, test, and implement designs you wouldn’t otherwise consider – in a fraction of the time it would take you to write C, C++, or HDL code.

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The Move into mmWave Frequencies (Part 1)

Dec. 4, 2023
This video series details the issues that RF/mmWave designers face as they address the millimeter-wave spectrum. Part 1 focuses on frequency dispersion and interfering signals...
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What IMS 2023 Told Us About Technology Trends

July 6, 2023
IMS’s exhibits, product launches, and technical sessions combine to provide a glimpse into the future.
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Otava Shows Off Microwave/mmWave ICs and SoCs

June 12, 2023
Digitally tunable filters, a mmWave radio development kit, and an active phased-array antenna module will be demonstrated in Otava’s and partners’ booths at IMS.
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RF/mmWave Design Tools Cut Prototyping Costs

March 8, 2023
Software design tools can shave the time and expense of multiple development iterations when striving for a first-round success or when making modifications to improve performance...
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Design Kits Create Lessons for Success

June 2, 2022
By building key components into design kits and application platforms, suppliers give circuit and system designers head starts in getting the most value and performance for their...
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Algorithms to Antennas: Simulate and Track Targets in Terrain-Based Scenarios

May 18, 2022
In this edition of Algorithms to Antennas, we model a surveillance radar set in a mountainous region where the terrain can occlude both ground vehicles and low-altitude aerial...

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FAQ: Make an Impact with Model-Based System Engineering

Nov. 17, 2023
Model-based system engineering frees engineers from re-spinning old ideas.
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Products of the Week: October 9, 2023

Oct. 9, 2023
Here's this week's selection of some of the most interesting new products that have been launched of late.
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5G Waveform Validation

June 27, 2023
MathWorks’ Wireless Waveform Generator allows users to create, impair, and export modulated 5G waveforms.
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AI for Wireless from MathWorks' Perspective

April 10, 2023
MathWorks' Houman Zarrinkoub discusses how artificial intelligence is transforming wireless-network design and operation.
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MIMO and Ubiquitous Connectivity

July 26, 2022
Houman Zarrinkoub, principal wireless product manager at MathWorks, discusses some of the challenges facing RF designers as they work to add new dimensions to "ubiquitous connectivity...
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Synchronizing Sensor Data

June 22, 2022
This second video in the series with MathWorks' Heather Gorr delves further into synchronization of high-speed sensor data.

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MathWorks Targets Startups with Software Suites

May 6, 2022
The new suites provide early-stage companies with access to MATLAB and Simulink software at a significantly reduced price.
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Algorithms to Antennas: Improve Radar Simulation Fidelity with Land and Sea Surface Models

April 20, 2022
This edition of Algorithms to Antennas focuses on modeling land and sea surfaces for monostatic radar applications.
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Planning Ahead: Data-Streaming Basics

April 13, 2022
Developing systems that handle streaming data like audio and video can be challenging. It means continuous data processing in real-time.
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Algorithms to Antennas: Modeling a FMCW Long-Range Radar at Different Abstraction Levels

March 16, 2022
Models across the abstraction layers must have consistent results. Here, we will compare results across three abstraction levels, including system-, measurement-, and signal-level...
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Algorithms to Antennas: Phased-Array Beam-Pattern Synthesis Using Deep-Learning Techniques

Feb. 16, 2022
Pattern synthesis is critical in array processing because array weights help shape the beam pattern of a sensor array to match a desired pattern.
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Algorithms to Antennas: Three-Dimension Indoor Positioning Using IEEE 802.11az Waveforms

Jan. 19, 2022
In this blog, we describe an application that leverages RF signals in accordance with 802.11az to determine the position of an object.
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Leveraging Space for Next-Gen Communications Networks

Jan. 3, 2022
Our relationship with space-based systems is evolving and expanding rapidly. We talked to MathWorks’ Houman Zarrinkoub for his take on this industry.
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Algorithms to Antennas: Modeling 5G Antenna Elements and Arrays

Nov. 17, 2021
We have covered a range of specific topics that relate to antenna-array design for 5G systems in a number of past blogs. Here we connect these topics to published specifications...
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Algorithms to Antennas: Spectrum Sensing Using Deep-Learning Techniques

Oct. 20, 2021
This edition investigates spectrum sensing that leverages deep-learning techniques to identify 5G NR and LTE signals.