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Welcome three new projects to the AMD FPGA Playground and check out highlights of Teardown 2023.
Earlier this year we welcomed three new projects to the AMD FPGA Playground. All three are software-defined radios, each with a unique twist. What they all have in common is an AMD FPGA at their core.
AntSDR E200 is a powerful and versatile software-defined radio platform. It is a low-cost, easy-to-use system for developing, testing, and deploying wireless communication solutions such as LTE, GSM, and Wi-Fi. With its wide range of supported frequencies and modulation schemes, it’s possible to easily experiment with various wireless technologies. AntSDR E200 uses the AMD Zynq™ XC7Z020 Series SoC to implement all its core logic, system control, and digital signal processing. AntSDR E200 recently shipped to all backers and is now in stock.
uSDR is an embedded software-defined radio that is optimized for ease of use and collaboration. It incorporates WebUSB technology, which enables full functionality in the Chrome browser—under Linux, Windows, MacOS, and Android—without requiring specific drivers or software. uSDR uses the AMD Artix™ 7 XC7A35T-2CPG236C FPGA.
LimeSDR XTRX is a high-performance software-defined radio in a compact Mini PCIe form factor. With an AMD Artix™ 7 XC7A50T-2CPG236I FPGA and a Lime Microsystems LMS7002M RF transceiver at its core, LimeSDR XTRX is a perfect platform for developing logic-intensive digital and RF designs.
AMD was a proud sponsor of Teardown 2023. Check out some of the highlighted talks below!