Hand On Wireless Communications Seminar (Feb-Mar 2018)

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Analog Devices RF System on Module (SOM) Software-Defined Radio (SDR) Development Kit

Presented By: Analog Devices and Mathworks

 

Learn how to reduce your radio development time.

Work firsthand with the ADRV9361-Z7035, a highly integrated RF System on Module (SOM), which incorporates the AD9361, a 70 – 6000 MHz RF transceiver, and a Dual Core ARM plus FPGA and learn how to move from component evaluation to behavioral simulation to radio I/O to performance evaluation to prototyping and eventually production units using MATLAB and Simulink. This seminar will include how to simulate, generate code to implement a real QPSK data link between RF multiple units. 

 

Who Should Attend: System Engineers, Physical layer developers, RF engineers, and FPGA developers with the desire to learn how to go from part simulation to system simulation to performance verification in one tool.

 

Agenda: (Each day runs from 8-5pm)

  Day 1 AM: Component Evaluation, System Simulation, and Radio I/O

  Day 1 PM: Introduction to Model-Based Design and Algorithm Validation

  Day 2 AM: Hardware Prototype Implementation on RF SOM

  Day 2 PM: Production Deployment on RF SOM

 

  Locations / Dates:

  February 13-14 2018: Lake Mary, FL

  March 6-7 2018:  Columbia, MD

  March 13-14 2018:  San Diego, CA

 

  Cost: $2,000 registration includes training class for two days, breakfast, lunch, an ADALM-PLUTO, and ADRV- PACKRF.

      This class is no longer available.

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