A matlab coding framework and component library for simulation and experimental analysis of optical communication systems
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README.md

Robochameleon

Robochameleon is a coding framework and component library for simulation and experimental analysis of optical communication systems.
The framework was designed to facilitate sharing code between researchers by articulating some standard methods and syntax for signal representation and function calls. It has been used successfully for this purpose within the DSP group at DTU for the past year, and we welcome contributions from other groups. The library includes physical models of most components found in coherent and incoherent optical communication systems, as well as standard DSP blocks.
The DSP blocks have been developed over a longer period of time and validated on real data.

That said, this software is provided "as-is" without warranty of any kind, as stated in the license.

Documentation

There is a quick start guide in powerpoint format in the doc folder. An HTML version of this file can be found [here](@ref quickstart) (link only works from the html API documentation).

To consult the documentation open:

  • index.html located in the folder doc/user manual/html/

or type robohelp in the MATLAB command line.

Examples

Several examples can be found in the _setups/Demo folder

Authors

External collaborators

License

Gnu public license version 3

Add-ins

There are several open-source projects that have been incorporated into Robochameleon:

Name License Usage Source
ssprop-3.0.1 GPL v2 Nonlinear channel model Photonics Research Lab, Univ. of Maryland link
scatplot "copy-left" Constellation plotting Alejandro Sanchez-Barba link
PrintTable BSD Table formatting in BERT readout Daniel Wirtz link
InterPointDistanceMatrix BSD Calculate set of Euclidean distances John D'Errico link
ENC8B10B ? 8b/10b encoder Alex Forencich link
cprintf BSD text formatting for robolog Yair Altman link
scripts Using Doxygen with Matlab Documentation generation Fabrice link
clearex clear all except Arnaud Laurent
cloudPlot The MathWorks Constellation display Daniel Armyr link
convo_bench ver 2.0 own Fast convolution using fft Ilias Konsoulas link
distinguishable_colors own plotting Tim Holy link
fieldnamesr BSD parameter parsing Adam Tudor Jones link

All but the documentation add-in can be found in the addons/Name folders (as appropriate). The documentation generation code is in doc/scripts.

References