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Topic: "Modeling and Simulating Phased Array Signal Processing Systems"- online presentation May 12th
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Marc Ricci

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"Modeling and Simulating Phased Array Signal Processing Systems"- online presentation May 12th
Posted: Apr 28, 2011 9:18 AM
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Join MathWorks presenter John Irza for an exciting new presentation on "Modeling and Simulating Phased Array Signal Processing Systems".

To learn more or to register for free, use this URL: http://bit.ly/phasedarray

In this webinar John introduces the Phased Array System Toolbox and provide a high-level overview of its major capabilities.
Attendees will see how this new System Toolbox is used for:
-Phased Array Design and Analysis
-Waveform Design and Analysis
-Transmitter and Receiver Modeling
-Target and Environment Modeling
-Spatial Signal Processing
-Temporal Signal Processing
-Space-Time Adaptive Processing

About the Presenter: John Irza is the product manager for Communications System Toolbox and Phased Array System Toolbox. Prior to joining MathWorks in 2007 he was a systems engineer at Bluefin Robotics and Draper Laboratory. He has a MSEE degree from the University of Rhode Island.

The webinar will last approximately 60 minutes. A Q&A session will follow the presentation and demos.

To learn more or to register for free, use this URL: http://bit.ly/phasedarray

Thank you,
MathWorks Webinar Team



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