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Free MATLAB and Simulink seminars throughout May

The MathWorks will be holding free seminars in May focussing on how its MATLAB and Simulink software systems can provide time and cost efficiencies in the design and verification of signal processing systems.

The seminars will be held in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney throughout May, and will address today’s challenges associated with ever-shortening design cycles.

MATLAB and Simulink are designed to enable users to model and simulate systems at a high level of abstraction, create algorithms for implementation on embedded signal processing hardware and software, and attain early verification of solutions, preventing a costly commitment to dedicated hardware and/or licensed IP cores, according to The MathWorks.

“In today’s economy, an increasing priority for engineering teams is to decrease their verification time and costs,” said The MathWorks in Australia managing director, Andrew Clay.

“The use of MATLAB and Simulink lets engineers find errors early when they are easier to isolate and less costly to fix—before going to hardware prototypes, implementation, or system integration.”

During the half-day seminar, MathWorks engineers will deliver live demonstrations on Digital Pre-distortion (DPD) for wireless communications, real time parametric equalisation for audio and speech processing, and fixed point Digital Down Converters (DDCs) for radar systems.

The seminars are designed for those involved in wireless communication system design and signal processing, however familiarity with MathWorks products is not required.

The complimentary half-day seminars will be held in:

Melbourne – Wednesday, 6 May 2009 from 8:30am-12:15pm

Adelaide – Thursday, 7 May 2009 from 8:30am-12:15pm

Sydney – Wednesday, 13 May 2009 from 8:30am-12:15pm

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