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We are happy to announce the release of the
Vienna LTE-A Uplink Link Level Simulator v1.6
To get access to the download link, please follow the steps described below:
1) Print the license agreement on letterhead of the university department or research institute,
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3) Scan it and, including the above, email it to: Prof. Markus Rupp (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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The new features and improvements are listed in the change log below. You can also check the list of features and the documentation of the new version on the webpage of the corresponding simulator.
You are welcome to post your questions/comments/feedback on the forum (www.nt.tuwien.ac.at/forum). Our team will try to support you as soon as possible. Please also read the license agreement carefully to check whether you would need our permission to use the simulator.
The Vienna Simulator Team.
Change Log Vienna LTE-A Downlink System Level Simulator v1.6, 2016-09-11
– add multi-user MIMO transmission mode 5
– implementation of different schedulers for multi-user MIMO
– channel estimation for multi-user MIMO transmissions added
– support for the 3D channel model specified in TR 36.873
– implementation of channel interpolation and prediction methods for time variant channels
– enable simulations including inter-cell interference
– implementation of an interference aware MMSE receiver for inter-cell interference
We proudly announce the release of our new book “The Vienna LTE-Advanced Simulators: Up and Downlink, Link and System Level Simulation”, which is now available here.
We are happy to announce the 1st International Workshop on Link- and System-Level Simulations (IWSLS²). It establishes an international conference on theoretical, experimental and applied research on link- and system-level simulations of cellular wireless communication networks. The proceedings will be published on IEEExplore.
The remarkable concept of the workshop: Contributions will be presented remotely, i.e., authors of accepted papers have to sumbmit a multimedia-presentation of their work. By this procedure, the participation of the authors will be FREE OF CHARGE, i.e., there will be NO conference fees. For further information, please visit http://www.iwsls2.com.
We are looking forward to your contribution!
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A list of relevant publications is found in the publication database of the Vienna University of Technology via the following link: List of Relevant Publications
This work has been funded by A1 Telekom Austria AG and the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Dependable Wireless Connectivity for the Society in Motion.