Simulink defined radio

Raspberry Pi is a low cost single-board computer that gained recently the attention of hobbyists and practitioners, especially for file server and media server applications.  

Thanks to the free support package released by MathWorks, it is fully supported by Simulink, hence it can be programmed according to the Model Based Design paradigm. This means also users with no programming skills can design and implement their own applications on Raspberry Pi boards.

The material freely provided in this website (book + Simulink projects) is aimed at showing the implementation on Raspberry Pi boards of digital communication systems designed with Simulink. These practical experiences, intended for use within telecommunication courses, provide a viable, low cost, way to introduce students, hobbyists and technology enthusiasts to the Software-Defined Radio (SDR) design paradigm. This is what we mean by "Simulink defined radio".

More in general,  the first chapters of the book show how to configure both Simulink and the Raspberry Pi in order make them cooperate. From that point on, general Raspberry Pi's applications, not necessarily concerning communication systems, can be easily developed within Simulink.

Acknowledgments: This work has been funded by  MathWorks in the framework of the Academic Support A#: 1-2073488447.

 Institution: This activity has been carried out at the Wireless Communications Lab (WiLAB) of the University of Bologna/National Research Council (Italy).

Trademarks: MATLAB and Simulink are trademarks of Mathworks Inc. (USA). Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation (UK).

Simulink Defined Radio

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Wireless Communication Laboratory
University of Bologna-Italy
National Research Council (CNR)- Italy


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Italian National Consortium for Telecommunications