Houman Zarrinkoub, MathWorks
Satellite Communications Toolbox provides standards-based tools for designing, simulating, and verifying satellite communications systems and links. The toolbox enables you to model and visualize satellite orbits, perform link analysis, and access calculations. You can also design physical layer algorithms together with RF components and ground station receivers, generate test waveforms, and perform golden reference design verification.
With the toolbox, you can configure, simulate, measure, and analyze end-to-end satellite communications links. You can also create and reuse tests to verify that your designs, prototypes, and implementations comply with satellite communications and navigations standards, DVB-S2X, DVB-S2, CCSDS, and GPS.
Satellite Communications Toolbox™ enables you to Simulate, analyze, and test satellite communications systems and links. The toolbox supports Scenario Generation and orbit Visualization, Link Budget Analysis, waveform generation, link-level simulation, and golden reference design verification. You can Generate satellite scenarios. Model and visualize satellite orbits. And Perform access and link analyses with ground stations. Using Satellite Link Budget Analyzer app, you can analyze, design, and visualize link budgets for satellite communications. And Perform availability and sensitivity analyses. Generate waveforms based on satellite communications standards such as DVB-S2X, DVB-S2, and CCSDS as well as satellite navigations standards including GPS. Simulate satellite communications links Demodulate and decode DVB-S2, DVB-S2X, and CCSDS received waveforms. Include effects of RF front-end impairments and corrections. Use ITU-R P.618 propagation loss models to design Earth-space links. Analyze link performance by computing bit error rate (BER) and packet error rate (PER) metrics. You can use Toolbox’s open customizable and editable MATLAB algorithms as golden reference for design verification. You can also Generate C or C++ source code from toolbox functions with MATLAB Coder. This enables you to accelerate simulation, obtain C source code for implementation or use it as a standalone executable. To learn more visit the product page.
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