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#1 2021-Mar-22 06:44:06

tuanmcx58
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Registered: 2021-Feb-04
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Guide to use OFDM Rx MIMO with LTE

Hi,

I'm deploying the PHY layer of LTE on FPGA and would like to use WARP reference design. But I see it is a quite difference between OFDMA in LTE and OFDM in 802.11 WLAN. Could you give me some guide to start with this kind of project?
I also got a problem when open the Matlab diagram of WARP on Matlab 2020 version: "Cannot find library called 'xbsIndex_r4'. ", the reason maybe comes from the unified System Generator to Moder Composer of Xinlinx Vivado. I'm using Vivado 2019.1 and Matlab 2019b. Hope someone can fix this problem.

Thank you!

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#2 2021-Mar-22 10:23:45

murphpo
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Re: Guide to use OFDM Rx MIMO with LTE

I don't have any experience building an LTE PHY and cannot provide guidance on this. I know the LET and 802.11 PHYs have very little overlap; it is likely you will not be able to re-use much of the 802.11 design.

Also please note the 802.11 Reference Design license only allows use of the source code on Mango WARP v3 hardware. If you're interesting in using any of our 802.11 source on non-Mango hardware, please contact us about licensing our 802.11 MAC/PHY IP design.

I also got a problem when open the Matlab diagram of WARP on Matlab 2020 version: "Cannot find library called 'xbsIndex_r4'. ", the reason maybe comes from the unified System Generator to Moder Composer of Xinlinx Vivado. I'm using Vivado 2019.1 and Matlab 2019b. Hope someone can fix this problem.

We have not evaluated our System Generator models in the latest version of the Vivado tools. The 802.11 Reference Design for WARP v3 requires ISE 14.4.

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