Please see locally developed materials to help you use Matlab in EE 445S:

- Brian L. Evans, "Signals", lecture slides from a signals and systems course that provide Matlab code to define/plot basic signals in continuous/discrete time
- Brian L. Evans, "Introduction to Computation in Matlab", Appendix D in the EE 445S Course Reader
- Rayan Jaber and Jeffrey Andrews, "Getting Started with Matlab" (slides)

Here are excellent Matlab tutorials:

- "MATLAB Tutorials", Division of Statistics and Scientific Computing, The University of Texas at Austin
- "MATLAB Tutorial", The MathWorks Inc.

- Duane C. Hanselman and Bruce Littlefield,
*Mastering MATLAB*, ISBN 9780136013303, Prentice Hall, 2011.

Please add the Matlab functions and scripts that come with the
*Software Receiver Design* textbook on your Matlab search path.
The files are available from `SRD - MatlabFiles`

directory
in the CD ROM.
A free utility to extract the contents of the CD ROM zip file is
available at 7-zip.org.

To add a directory of Matlab functions to the Matlab search path, please use

addpath(The directory would be enclosed in single quotes, e.g.directory);

addpath('C:\Documents and Settings\SANL\My Documents\SRD-MatlabFiles');See

`help path`

for more information.
The following additional Matlab commands may be useful:

`cd`

: change directories (without an argument, it prints the working directory)`dir`

: lists the contents of the current working directory`pwd`

: prints working directory

To use Matlab remotely on a Linux workstation, you will need to install

When running PuTTY within X windows, it is helpful to enable forwarding of X windows settings.Linux workstations available for remote login

Once logged into a remote workstation, here are the commands to run Matlab:

module load matlab matlab &

Last updated 01/16/14. Send comments to bevans@ece.utexas.edu