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A Co-simulation Prototype of WMAN 802.16d Downlink - RF Cafe Forums

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Feng
Post subject: A Co-simulation Prototype of WMAN 802.16d Downlink Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2007 1:59 pm

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The prototype is primarily used for 802.16d link simulation, but a LNA has already been implemented by using ATF54143. Although the co-simulation introduced is quit simply, it can be improved by replacing some behaviour models or even connecting to the real instruments. The link is shown as following.

A Co-simulation Prototype of WMAN 802.16d Downlink


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Feng
Post subject: Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 1:20 pm

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Due to the change of my website, a new link to this document is A Co-simulation Prototype of WMAN 802.16d Downlink. Sorry about it.




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