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Demodulating signal studio N7624B LTE-FDD in matlab

Question asked by Maran on Apr 1, 2011
Latest reply on Apr 18, 2011 by tabbott
Hi guys, I just have this curiosity whether can we generate the LTE signal using N7624B in E4438C and capture the signal in any agilent oscilloscope and take the data to matlab to demodulate it.

I have this doubt because the LTE signal source is generated in a very complex format, further more without knowing the pilot symbols, can we take the data to matlab and demodulate it? Please let me know if its possible, because I need to know all the block representation of the LTE signal from its source to demodulate it right, but I dont think I can access all the data in the block at the baseband level in signal studio to understand the reference signal and so on. Please advice.  

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