Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW) for Telecommunication Engineers

Why should a Telecommunication Engineer learn LabVIEW?

An efficient telecommunication network is the foundation upon which an information society is built

LabVIEW is a software with functions and tools for generation, analysis, processing, and visualization of analog and digital modulated signals. It enables you to modulate and demodulate signals with a variety of modulation schemes including AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, PSK, and QAM.

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With LabVIEW, you can perform advanced signal processing such as channel coding, interleaving, and equalization
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Telecommunication Engineers can validate signal quality with measurements such as frequency error, error vector magnitude (EVM), and bit error rate (BER)
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LabVIEW designed communication algorithms can combat the real-world challenges faced wireless channels including carrier frequency offset (CFO) and synchronization

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Examples of Projects Using LabVIEW

PAM Transmitter and Receiver Implementing Coherent Detection

The integrate-and-dump detector is fundamental to coherent detection, the optimal receiver technique that minimizes bit error rate (BER) for a given signal-to-noise ratio Eb/No. Develop a pulse amplitude transmitter based on a transmit filter to map a bitstream onto a signaling waveform, an additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel, & a receiver that implements integrate-and-dump detection.

Digital Communication System Simulation and Visualization using LabVIEW

Simulation and visualization enhance the understanding of communication system behavior and performance. In this project, develop a simple model for a transmitter, channel & receiver, and study the performance of system in terms of bit error rate (BER). Channel errors are visualized as images and “ruralized” as sound to further develop insight into the relationships between bit error rate and message length.

Hamming Block Code Channel Encoder using LabVIEW

Channel encoding inserts additional information into a transmitted bitstream to facilitate error detection and  correction at the receiver. Block coding breaks up a bitstream into words of length k bits and appends check bits to form a codeword of length n bits. A corresponding channel decoder examines the complete codeword and detects and even corrects certain types of erroneous bits caused by the channel.

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We focus on providing not only the knowledge of programming tools/functions used but also ensures that you learn the logics used to solve any problem in LabVIEW.
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Start earning right after acquiring this unique skill. You can start providing solutions in this field (both online and offline).
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The market value of this course is in hundreds of dollars. But we are providing this solution in affordable price without compromising the quality.

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