Welcome to the webpage of the Vienna LTE-A simulators. The sub-pages provide all the necessary information for downloading the latest available version of the in-house developed, MATLAB-based LTE-A System Level-, LTE-A Downlink Link Level- and LTE-A Uplink Link Level simulators (see corresponding links below).
The simulators are released under the terms of an academic, non-commercial use license. In case of doubt, please read the corresponding license agreement (see ‘License agreement‘ links below).
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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 Wireless Technologies for Sustainable Mobility.