SummaryIn the course of this diploma thesis "Analysis of Turbulence in the solar wind" magnetic field data obtained by the space mission Ulysses is analysed by a selfmade programm written in IDL and the results are disscused. The main goal of this analysis is to get better knowledge about the behavior of turbulence in the solar wind plasma starting in the ecliptic up to the north pole of the Sun at two minima and also at the maximum of solar activity.At first, turbulence is described generally and then in connection with the outer solar corona and the solar wind. Both the outer corona and the solar wind are important for generation and evolution of plasma turbulence. Furthermore a short overview about the Ulysses mission is presented. In the framework of this mission the spacecraft Ulysses orbited successfully the Sun three times in a polar orbit between 1990 and 2010.The second part of this work deals with the data, their measurement, analysis and interpretation. The progam, developed for the analysis, allows to read the raw data, to generate spectra using Fourier transformation as well as to fit data using a "double linear" fit. This special fit allows amongst others to calculate the so called "freuquency break point" at which a spectrum becomes Kolmogorov type.Main emphasis of obtained results deals with the analysis of the evolution of plasma turbulence from the ecliptic up to the Sun's polar region. Moreover this evolution is compared with the solar wind speed for two minima and also for one maximum of solar activity.