Note: Collaboration between all the course participants is highly suggested. This is a laboratory where the goal is to approximate the theory seen in lectures and exercises to a 3GPP-compliant scenario. Reports are individual and laboratory sessions interactive with additional analysis, complementary to the tutorial document. Please prepare in advance and start playing with the code before the first session, so you can get the most out of it. The following document in its Section 6, among others, could help you make the connection between the theory and the standardized application.
Note2: You might need to run two additional lines of code in MATLAB to avoid errors, which are precisely suggested by MATLAB when running the code for the first time. These lines are probably similar to the ones presented down below, where 'path_to_Documents' represents the path to the Documents folder on your PC. Please ask the TA at the lab sessions in case there are errors that prevent you from continuing:
If it does not work that way, here are the files you need to include in order to run without problems.
Note3: In case you want to improve the visual quality of your reports, you might consider using TeX as the editor of choice. Overleaf is an online editor that is easy to access. If you want to have a conference style (you will learn how to write scientific-style articles), you can also follow the IEEE manuscript template, which is available in different formats.