Multiple Access Communications Limited is a company registered in England at Delta House, Southampton Science Park, Southampton, SO16 7NS, United Kingdom with Company Number 1979185 and VAT Number GB 411942866.

Digital Signal Processing and Simulation

Posted on July 5, 2019

Modern wireless communications equipment and networks are very complex and a range of critical design choices must be made during their development. Getting these choices wrong can lead to expensive re-working of the product or network design as well as costly delays in getting a product or service to market. Therefore, the importance of developing an effective simulation model of a system early in its design cycle to inform such decisions is becoming ever more critical. At MAC Ltd we have extensive experience of helping our customers to make the correct design choices through the development of effective simulation models, both at a link level and a system level.

We have used our link level simulations to assist our customers to understand and compare the performance of different systems in terms of peak data rates, mean throughput and link power budget and to understand the trade-offs between different design approaches. We can model different multiple access, modulation and channel coding schemes and examine the link performance in the face of different types of noise and interference.

At the system level, our simulations have helped our customers to understand the impact of technologies such as microcells, cognitive radio, smart antennas and increased sectorisation on the overall capacity and coverage of their networks.

At MAC Ltd we have the skills and expertise to ensure that you make the right design decisions – first time, every time!

Helping you:

  • To deliver high-quality signal processing solutions by providing access to our world-class team of signal processing engineers.
  • To bring your product to market quickly by following a structured design and evaluation approach to ensure that the right design choices are made at each stage in the design process.
  • To model the performance of your product in a wider system to ensure that it delivers on your customers’ requirements.

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