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Nutaq Successfully Files 5G International Process Patent Application

Nutaq is a wholly owned subsidiary of NuRAN Wireless. Quebec, QC, Canada, February 15th, 2017 – NuRAN Wireless Inc. (“NuRAN Wireless” or the “Company”) (CSE:NUR) (OTC:NRRWF) is pleased to announce that it has successfully filed an international patent application on Efficient Massive MIMO Processing Technique for 5G. NuRAN filed the international patent application under the [...]

Xilinx System Generator Implementation of Physical Layer Security on Nutaq SDR

Xilinx System Generator Implementation of Physical Layer Security on Nutaq SDR   Security of wireless communication systems has always been a concern and, as a result, a rich field for research. Traditionally, security features, like cryptography, are added to the upper layers of wireless communications protocol stacks.   Cognitive Radios is a wireless communication system which [...]

Nutaq at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017

  Are you going to MWC 2017 at the end of the month? If you are and would be interested in learning more about our different solutions, you can either pass by NuRAN Wireless booth #7H40 (Nutaq is a wholly owned subsidiary of NuRAN Wireless) from Monday to Wednesday or even better, fill out the [...]

Reciprocity Calibration for Massive MIMO – Part I

Reciprocity Calibration for Massive MIMO -Part I Introduction In modern communication systems, pilot symbols are transmitted from every antenna of a base station (BS) in the downlink channel and received at the terminal side, then sent back to the BS with channel state information (CSI) to calculate pre-coding coefficients. In Massive MIMO system, such a [...]

PicoLTE – LTE Network-in-a-Box Part II – eNB & MME Configuration Files

eNB & MME Configuration Files This blog post forms the second part of our series on PicoLTE (see Part I here). In this post, we will explore the eNB and MME configuration files and explain some of the important parameters that can be specified for eNB and the MME. As mentioned in the first video [...]

Video – PicoLTE Part I – Introduction to PicoLTE, an LTE Network-in-a-box

Introduction In 2016, Nutaq shared its expertise on LTE in 15 cities across Asia, Europe and the United States in full-day workshops called "Discover SDR-Based LTE & Pave the Way to Smarter Testing". The workshop tour was a huge success and the participants really enjoyed discovering such a cost-effective alternative to carrier grade network equipment or [...]

Integrating Custom IP Cores in Nutaq Design Flow: Part I

Nutaq provides its customers with two different design flows, namely, Model-Based Design Kit (MBDK) and Board Software Development Kit (BSDK). For each of these design flows, Nutaq provides custom block-sets (MBDK) and IP cores (BSDK), that are used to access different hardware peripherals onboard the system, including the radio FMCs, the ADCs, the DACs, the [...]

IEEE Paper – Carrier Frequency and Sampling Rate Offsets Effect on Sub 6 GHz Massive MIMO

Nutaq's Messaoud Ahmed-Ouameur and his team just released his latest IEEE paper that has been published in Nordic Circuits and Systems Conference (NORCAS): NORCHIP & International Symposium on System-on-Chip (SoC), 2015   Abstract Hardware impairments effects on Massive MIMO system's capacity were investigated and seem to vanish asymptotically at the base station when equipped with [...]

Video: PicoLTE with GPS-Disciplined Clock

In this video, we use GPS signal to discipline the onboard clock used in PicoLTE. Video Transcript Hello and welcome. In this video, we will use GPS signal to discipline the onboard clock used in PicoLTE. PicoLTE combines Amarisoft’s LTE stack with Nutaq’s PicoSDR2x2-E to form a complete LTE testbed solution. [...]