TMYTEK Developer Kits offer an exceptional way to learn new antenna technologies hands-on, via step-by-step directions. In addition to targeting education and academics, these solutions are also ideal for R&D as prototype development tools to thoroughly evaluate hardware, software algorithms, and array antennas. With deployments of these kits already in recognized universities and development centers worldwide, we confidently offer best practices into the research and development of mmWave technologies.
The 5G mmWave Developer Kit can be used for a variety of 5G mmWave beamforming research and development projects. BBoard with AAkit and PLO can a beam generator that emits beams at mutilple angles. A COCO antenna with a amplifier and a power detector, on the other hand, can receive and detect signals.
By connecting UD Box with any baseband instruments, developers and researchers can conduct more 5G mmWave communication R&D projects.
5G mmWave courseware and Lab Cookbook teach the principles behind beamforming and experiments to understand the propagation property of millimeter-wave signals.
Read about the 5G Beamforming Directivity experiment that Prof. Bjorson conducted using the Dev Kit.
Antenna engineers can verify their design.
Four independent RF channels synthesize beams by adjusting the phase and amplitude of each channel.
5G mmWave Developer Kit can make Professors’ life easy in courseware preparation and help engineering students learn the fundamentals of beamforming and mmWave propagation.
To educate next-generation RF engineers, the Dev Kit provides not only a comprehensive mmWave hardware but also lab
sheets to save professors' time in courseware preparation.
Lab 1: Channel gain
Lab 2: Link budget estimation
Lab 3: Phase calibration
Lab 4: Beamforming
Lab 5: Beam steering
Lab 6: Beam pattern measurement
Lab 7: Receiver channel gain measurement
Lab 8: Receiver in-phase implementation
The intuitive GUI TMXLAB Kit (TLK) connects to the BBoard via the LAN port to control the phase and amplitude of each RF port to form the beams. An API is included and it is compatible with LabVIEW, MATLAB, Python, C#, C++, and other programming languages.
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