# wireless communication matlab code

Wireless communication is a vast field that encompasses various technologies such as cellular communication, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and more. MATLAB is a powerful tool for simulating wireless communication systems due to its extensive library of functions and toolboxes specifically designed for signal processing and communication systems.

Below is a high-level overview of how you might approach simulating a basic wireless communication system using MATLAB:

**Setup Parameters**:

Define parameters such as carrier frequency, bandwidth, modulation scheme (e.g., QAM, PSK), noise variance, etc.

matlabCopy codefc = 2.4e9; % Carrier frequency (e.g., 2.4 GHz for Wi-Fi)

fs = 20e6; % Sampling frequency

T = 1/fs; % Sampling period

numBits = 1000; % Number of bits to transmit

SNR_dB = 10; % Signal-to-Noise Ratio in dB

**Generate Random Data**:

Create a random binary data sequence to be transmitted.

matlabCopy codedataIn = randi([0 1], 1, numBits);

**Modulation**:

Modulate the binary data using a specific modulation scheme (e.g., QAM).

matlabCopy code% For simplicity, let's use Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK)

modulatedData = 2 * dataIn - 1; % BPSK modulation

**Add Noise**:

Introduce Gaussian noise to simulate channel effects.

matlabCopy codenoisePower = 10^(-SNR_dB/10);

noise = sqrt(noisePower/2) * (randn(1, numBits) + 1j * randn(1, numBits));

receivedSignal = modulatedData + noise;

**Demodulation**:

Demodulate the received signal back to binary data.

matlabCopy codedemodulatedData = real(receivedSignal) > 0; % BPSK demodulation

**Error Calculation**:

Compare the transmitted data with the received data to determine the bit error rate (BER).

matlabCopy codenumErrors = sum(abs(demodulatedData - dataIn));

BER = numErrors / numBits;

**Visualization (Optional)**:

Plot the transmitted and received signals, constellation diagrams, etc., for analysis.

matlabCopy code% Visualization code can include plotting the transmitted and received signals,

% constellation diagrams, eye diagrams, etc.