Simulink as a tool for modeling communication systems
"Simulink is a graphical tool provided by MathWorks to enable model-based design and simulation. This thesis consists of two papers which take advantage of Simulink features in order to model communication systems.
The first paper employs Simulink to create projects to supplement a purely lecture oriented course: Communication Systems I. The projects cover Linear systems, Analog modulation and Digital modulation concepts in a set of six projects. These projects have been designed based on Gagne's nine events of instruction to enhance their impact on students' learning process. The paper also outlines the advantages of this approach over the conventional programming or hardware based laboratories used in some universities.
The second paper describes enhancements made to an existing Bluetooth communication model in Simulink. The original model is corrected by changing the original BER meter and then modified by incorporating Rayleigh fading channels and multiple slaves. The effect of fading on the Bluetooth communication protocol is studied with ease"--Abstract, page iv.
Zheng, Y. Rosa
Kosbar, Kurt Louis
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Missouri University of Science and Technology. Intelligent Systems Center
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Design of Simulink projects for an undergraduate communications course
- Cross-layer approaches to wireless communications and networking
ix, 35 pages
© 2011 Chaitri Avinash Aroskar, All rights reserved.
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Aroskar, Chaitri Avinash, "Simulink as a tool for modelling communication systems" (2011). Masters Theses. 4110.