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   * **//Operating systems://** Comes with Analog Devices Linux reference design for Zynq, bootable from an SD card. Also supports Linux, Android, FreeRTOS, eCos, VxWorks, and others listed here.   * **//Operating systems://** Comes with Analog Devices Linux reference design for Zynq, bootable from an SD card. Also supports Linux, Android, FreeRTOS, eCos, VxWorks, and others listed here.
   * **//Development tools://** A broad range of SDR prototype and development environments are supported, including Analog Devices Linux Applications, and MATLAB® and Simulink® for data streaming and Zynq targeting.   * **//Development tools://** A broad range of SDR prototype and development environments are supported, including Analog Devices Linux Applications, and MATLAB® and Simulink® for data streaming and Zynq targeting.
-  * **//Open-source code://** Analog Devices provides precompiled reference designs on the [[https://wiki.analog.com/resources/eval/user-guides/adrv936x_rfsom|ADRV9361 Wiki Page]] and a source code support package hosted on Github, including the HDL and software code.+  * **//Open-source code://** Analog Devices provides precompiled reference designs on the [[/resources/eval/user-guides/adrv936x_rfsom|ADRV9361 Wiki Page]] and a source code support package hosted on Github, including the HDL and software code.
  
  
resources/eval/user-guides/adrv936x_rfsom/user-guide/introduction.txt · Last modified: 14 Jan 2021 05:12 by Robin Getz