A complete list of all Webdemos and their associated lectures can be found below:
Webdemos emerging from former student theses projects:
Webdemos from leading scientist around the world:
|RateX Transceiver Demonstrator||X|
Webdemos emerging from ongoing research:
|X||Webdemo is related to this lecture|
|X||Webdemo is also of interest for this lecture|
|NT II||Nachrichtentechnik II|
|STWC||Space Time Wireless Communications|
The webdemo scripts are written for GNU Octave which is open source. The webdemos are executed on our web-servers; thus, you will only need to install Octave if you intend to download the source code of the demos and run them locally on your own computer. As Octave's syntax is widely compatible to MATLAB, the webdemos can in principle be executed with MATLAB as well. Students of the University of Stuttgart can get a free MATLAB licence from the TIK.
An automatically generated list of all available webdemos is available here.