Industrial Prototyping: A Common Architecture and Case Study of IEEE 802.11n Transmit Beamforming

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Prototyping is a means to rapidly test the feasibility of a design before entering a full design process or mass production. An important consideration within industrial research is the transfer of technology from the research domain to business units. Prototypes are a tangible example that aid in explanation and dissemination of the developed intellectual property. In this paper, the authors present a common architecture of the Wireless Evaluation Research Platform (WERP), developed at Toshiba Telecommunications Research Laboratory. WERP is used for prototyping and analysis of algorithms that aid in technology transfer.

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