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I'm new to this interesting forum and this is my first post :)

So i wonder if can i use a Trial version of Matlab to perform some simulation for my Phd. Is the Trial version allow doing some important tests ?

Thank you for your answer

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I'm new to this interesting forum and this is my first post :)

So i wonder if can i use a Trial version of Matlab to perform some simulation for my Phd. Is the Trial version allow doing some important tests ?

Thank you for your answer

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DrClaude

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I dont know very well Octave. is it possible to simulate some telecom features like MU-MIMO or scheduling algorithms on this software ?

Thanks

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DrClaude

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Octave is a "clone" of Matlab. Unless you need a specific Matlab toolbox, it will do the same job.

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MATLAB licenses are very cheap for students. If you want to use it for your PhD work then it is a no brainer to get MATLAB instead of using Octave.

Since you're a student you can get MATLAB for $49.

http://www.mathworks.com/pricing-licensing/index.html?intendeduse=student&prodcode=ML

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