WiMAX PHY Lab is implemented according to IEEE 802.16e-2005 (and 802.16d-2004 where necessary) and WiMAX Forum Mobile System Profile Specification Release 1.5. It includes, from day one, both the downlink and the uplink processing chains covering all the PHY steps such as FEC, modulation, MIMO processing, resource mapping and OFDMA. Thanks to that, baseband models of both the Base Station (BS) and also the Mobile Station (MS), can be easily created. High detail of functional blocks' implementation allows for great flexibility in customized and proprietary designs. In addition, it is very useful in applications of the WiMAX PHY Lab in education, where it is often important to evaluate the role of every single component block. The summary of all the supported channels and signals is shown in the table below. WiMAX PHY Lab is a comprehensive implementation of the mobile WiMAX physical layer. It has a form of a Matlab Toolbox for its great flexibility in applications such as modeling and simulation of the communication systems. WiMAX PHY Lab can be used at all stages of the WiMAX software, hardware and IPR development, from research, prototyping and implementation, up to system benchmarking, verification and testing. Together with selling the WiMAX PHY Lab, we offer the unrivaled customer support service including tracking of the IEEE specs, bug fixing, integration support and customization of the design. Figure 1. WiMAX radio frame. -3 0.5 1 1.5 2 3 4 2.5 3.5 4.5 0 1 2 3 4 5 -100 -150 R&D, prototyping and design of PHY layer baseband functions and algorithms including proprietary implementations and IPR, where WiMAX PHY Lab shortens the development time. Development of RF elements and design of higher layers (e.g. MAC) and protocols, where WiMAX PHY Lab serves as a reference PHY layer model. Testing and verification of the developed algorithms or complete equipments, where WiMAX PHY Lab provides test and reference signal vectors. Education, including specia- lized technical trainings, as well as university classes, where WiMAX PHY Lab can be used to enrich theoretical sessions by providing the real demonstrations of the WiMAX PHY layer behavior.