Seminar gratuit de Matlab adresat profesorilor şi studenţilor din UPB

Signal Processing and Communication System Desing using MATLAB and Simulink

Free seminar presented by a MathWorks Application Engineer at Universitatea POLITEHNICA din Bucureşti

We are delighted to invite you to our next free English language public seminar.



Date: 22nd May, 2015.               

Universitatea POLITEHNICA din Bucuresti

Preliminary registration:
21st May, 2015.


Presenter: Jonas Rutström, Application Engineer - MathWorks, Inc.
MathWorks signal processing and communication products provide extensive tools and algorithm libraries that let you analyze, design, and simulate DSP and communications systems in a fraction of the time it takes with traditional programming languages such as C and C++.

Within a single, integrated algorithm and system development environment, you can:

  • Acquire measured data and analyze signals
  • Develop algorithms for signal processing, communications, audio, and video applications
  • Simulate the effect of real-world conditions and system-level interactions on algorithm behavior
  • Generate C or HDL code for execution on embedded DSPs, ASICs, and FPGAs

During this seminar you will learn how to use MATLAB and Simulink in various tasks common to engineers, researchers and developers all over the world working with DSP and communication system design.
Reasons to attend this seminar:

  • Expand your awareness of what is possible to do with MATLAB and Simulink
  • Become more efficient in how you use MATLAB and Simulink
  • Learn how MATLAB/Simulink can be used  as powerful product a development tools
  • Use this opportunity to interact with MathWorks representatives
  • Meet other users of MATLAB and Simulink
  • See what’s new in R2015a

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question.
We look forward to meeting you at this event.

Attila Fekete
Senior Sales

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