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AD-FMCOMMS8-EBZ

Introduction

The AD-FMCOMMS8-EBZ is an integrated RF design containing two Analog Devices ADRV9009 wideband transceivers. By connecting to a compatible FPGA development board that supports FMC HPC mechanical connector and JESD204B bus interface it can be used for prototyping with upto 4 Transmit and Receive channels that can be synchronised in phase and frequency. Additionally it can be used with the ADRV9009-ZU11EG RF-SOM system allowing for 8 phase and frequency synchronised Transmit and Receive channels for complex multi-stream applications ensuring end-to-end deterministic latency.

The ADRV9009 Transceivers include integrated LO and phase synchronization. Overall system frequency & phase synchronization is maintained with a clock tree structure using ADI high performance low jitter HMC7044 device, making it ideal for applications requiring RF phase alignment with a large number of channels.

Highlevel Specification

  • Two ADRV9009 devices, providing (in total):
    • Quad transmitters
    • Quad receivers
    • Quad input Observation Receiver for DPD
    • Max Rx BW: 200 MHz
    • Max Tunable Tx synthesis BW: 450 MHz
    • Max Observation Rx BW: 450MHz
    • Fully integrated fractional-N RF synthesizers
    • Multi-chip phase synchronization for all RF LO and baseband clocks
    • Tuning range: 75 MHz to 6000 MHz

  • FMC HPC Compatible interface
  • Complies with VITA 57.1 mechanical dimensions 84mm x 69mm(not full compliance with keep out areas)
  • Platform development environment support includes Industry standard Linux Industrial I/O (IIO) Applications, MATLAB®, Simulink®, and GNU Radio, and streaming interfaces for custom C, C++, python, and C# applications
  • HDL reference designs and drivers to allow zero day development

Hardware

Getting Started

resources/eval/user-guides/ad-fmcomms8-ebz.txt · Last modified: 08 Jan 2021 10:22 by Ioana Chelaru