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Hi All, Hereby two video's of my ZedBoard with an ad-fmcomms3-ebz daughter board from Analog Devices. Although the AD9361 is capable of much more and this is my first experiment with a SDR I'm exited to show you my progress with this simple demonstration of a FM broadcast modulator and demodulator, using a ZedBoard with Analog Devices ad-fmcomms3-ebz FMC daughter card. Greets, [email protected]
Dear All I want to generate an arbitrary waveform or tone having bandwith as large as 20 MHz . I am using ADRV9361-z7035 hardware from analog devices . I gone through online material , but I found material related to LTE waveform , DSSS etc .So I dont want to generate a tone or spectrum of particular standard . I am very curios that how this be done ? as the SDR I am using has 56 MHz (real time instantaneous BW ). Best Regards
Hello, I am using the ZedBoard and FMCOMMS3 to receive data in two channels (I am programming with Matlab toolbox). I am using an IF of 25KHz and Fs of 2 MHz. Since I get a warining : "1 samples from the radio have been lost", I am trying to use the burst mode. When I do that, I do not lose samples any more, since they are stored in the buffer and then processed. The problem is that I want to measure in real-time. I am processing the next example:1. I send a -50 dBm signal with a signal generator to the zedboard and I capture the data.2. I change the output power of the signal generator to -40 dBm. I capture the data, and I expect to get this -40 dBm, but I still get -50 dBm because the buffer was filled with the previous signal.Is there a way to flush the buffer of the sdrrx object before capturing the new set of data (-40 dBm) in the burst mode?The other option if to use the normal mode, without burst mode enabled, but in that way I lose samples and I guess that in that way I can not completely trust the phase stimation I get from the signal. Thanks very much.
Hey there I'm thinking about purchasing a Zybo or Zedboard to Implement a SDR application. I'm in electronics engineering student with microcontroller history but brand new to FPGAs. I have a few questions about the vivado license, ISE vs Vivado for DSP applications. What exactly is it that the licence that Digilent sells offer that the webPack dosent? I have read here on the forums about some discrepancy between the Vado licenses and forgot it updates in this regard. Is the CihipScope offered in the wet pack now? I may later decide to purchase the SDR software package offered by AVNET, or at least individually accumulate those licenses as my budget allows. So how dose the webpack version limit my ability to integrate with the software elements(currently unable to find the said software package) used for SDR & DSP development? What are the limitations of the Pmod interface if I were to go with the Zybo and later try to coonect to a FMC interposer/Analog Devices ACD boards? Im reading the zybo book but any links to more learning resources would be greatly appreciated. I'm ready to pull the trigger on a purchase today as soon as I get these questions answered. Looked high and low for a phone number