The W1910 LTE Baseband Verification Library saves you time and accelerates the maturity of baseband PHY designs for next-generation 3GPP LTE systems. It enables system architects, algorithm developers, and baseband hardware designers to investigate, implement, and verify their Layer 1 signal processing designs. The library gives you confidence that a physical layer (PHY) meets or exceeds real-world performance requirements from the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and interoperates with FDD, TD-LTE, and MIMO technologies. It supports:
Multimedia broadcasting (MBMS)
Control channel (CCH) decoding
LTE 9.1 (Mar 2010), and many new testbenches defined in TS36.101
Distributed RB mapping
Transmission Mode 7 (port 5) and Transmission Mode 8 (ports 7 and 8, dual layer beamforming)
Complete DCI generation
UL and DL control channel demodulation and decoding
Automatic generation of PathWave 89600 VSA ".setx" configuration files, to pre-program the demodulation mode of the instrument software
Enhanced MIMO decoder (ML detection)
Positioning reference signal (port 6)
Power scaling for PDSCH updated as LTE EPRE
Why should I buy the W1910 golden reference verification library?
Get a reliable starting point with proven simulation models as independent, measurement-hardened “golden reference” standards. Learn the standard quickly and have complete control of PHY performance through model parameterization.
Unique RF-aware IP development environment. Produce high-performance baseband PHYs that are ready for the real world.
Early and continuous verification. Use Keysight modeling expertise and measurement connectivity to complete a virtual working PHY on the very first day. Easily verify your latest frequency division duplex (FDD), time division duplex (TDD) and MIMO innovations at the block-level or the link-level using a mixture of implementations using Keysight reference IP:
Algorithmic IP (block level, .m-file, C++)
Fixed-point and VHDL hardware instantiations
Working hardware with baseband/RF test equipment
Synergy with measurements. Create sophisticated hybrid simulations and measurements that overcome difficulties with incomplete early support of emerging standards by commercial test equipment (e.g., coded MIMO BER/BLER waterfall curves), and physical availability of systems, probes and interfaces (e.g., DigRF).
The W1910EP/ET verification library includes:
Over 100 specification-compliant, low level LTE PHY building blocks for LTE 9.1 (Mar 2010), with HARQ support.
ETSI specified channel-model profiles, including MIMO
High level source and receiver models for both uplink and downlink, with new visual UI
Model support for both TDD and FDD modes, and control channels
Example test benches for PHY evaluation of coded BER, throughput, transmit EVM, CCDF, and 4x4 MIMO