Next Generation Of Wireless Communication – Joint Session With MathWorks & SFAL

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In the onset of emerging technologies like IoT, Cloud, Automated driving and with the recent roll out of 5G network, semiconductor & communication companies are gearing up their wireless capabilities to meet the growing demand.

MathWorks in association with Semiconductor Fabless Accelerator Lab (SFAL) recently concluded the Wireless Webinar Series 2022 spread across 3 days covering some of the most relevant and upcoming areas of Wireless technology including Mobile & Connectivity standards and Design & Simulation. The series was attended by 300+ professionals from the industry including startups and academicians.

Highlights from the series:

  • The series had insightful presentations from Industry speakers like Sunil HR – VP Technology & Solutions – Saankhya Labs, Muthukrishnan Chinnasamy – CEO SFAL and Satya Kumar Vankayala – Staff Engineer Samsung R&D Institute, India.
  • Sunil delivered the keynote on current trends in Wireless Technology Space and the 5G standard, while Mr. Muthukrishnan spoke on the role and importance of Startup companies in the Semiconductor ecosystem and the support system provided by SFAL program for upcoming Startups and MSMEs.
  • Satya delivered a talk on how Machine learning can be used to solve problems and improve performance in 5G Wireless systems.
  • The MathWorks application engineering team curated specific topics covering Mobile & Connectivity standards, Design & Simulation and RF transceivers.

You can watch the individual session proceedings here:

March 10 – Wireless Connectivity and Scenario Modeling Overview | Recording

March 11 – Machine Learning for 5G Wireless Systems | Recording

March 17 – Design and Simulate RF Transceivers for Wireless Systems | Recording

MathWorks, a mathematical computing company, creators of MATLAB and Simulink has been heavily invested in helping companies accelerate their Wireless design & implementation through their tools, training, and experts. Wireless engineering teams can use MATLAB to reduce development time, eliminate design problems early, and streamline testing and verification. Know more on the MATLAB for Wireless Communications by visiting our site.


 

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