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Got SDR? Free Webinar: Use MATLAB and Simulink to design digital radios with Analog Devices’ Zynq-based RF SOM. December 13

by Xilinx Employee on ‎12-04-2017 03:38 PM (3,354 Views)

 

Designing SDRs (software-defined radios)? MathWorks and Analog Devices have joined together to bring you a free Webinar titled “Radio Deployment on SoC Platforms.” It a 45-minute class that discusses hardware and software development for SDR designs using MathWorks’ MATLAB, Simulink, and HDL Coder to:

 

  • Model and simulate radio designs
  • Verify algorithms in simulation with streaming RF data
  • Deploy radio designs on hardware with HDL and C-code generation

 

The target hardware here is Analog Devices’ ADRV9361 RF SOM, which is based on ADI’s AD9361 RF Agile Transceiver and Xilinx’s Zynq Z-7035 All-Programmable SoC. ADI’s RF SOM has 2x2 MIMO capability.

 

 

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Analog Devices’ Zynq-based RF SOM on a Carrier Card

 

 

 

There will be three broadcasts of the Webinar on December 13 to accommodate viewers around the world. Register here. Register even if you cannot attend and you’ll receive a link to a recording of the session.

 

 

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