After 45 days of campaign, ERASynth has received support from 88 backers from all over the world. This is truly awesome! Thank you all so much for your support, it means a lot to us. Read the full update.
As we mentioned in our previous update titled, "Implementing Analog Modulation Functionality," we have been working on analog modulations. We've finally added FM functionality to ERASynth. Read the full update.
We have been busy working on analog modulation schemes in ERASynth. This update shows the status of our effort to include basic analog modulation types (AM/FM/Pulse) in ERASynth. Read the full update.
In this update, we talk about Ardunio, why we selected Ardunio and what we improved upon the existing. Read the full update.
We would like to thank to everyone who helped us reach our funding goal. Thanks to all of our backers for having trust in us! There are still 8 more days. Please help us spread the news. Read the full update.
In this update, we verify the performance of ERASynth's architecture (Integer-N PLL driven by a fractional PLL) using LMX2594 eval boards. LMX2594 will be the core IC in the final prototype. Read the full update.
In this update we cover LF path harmonics and explain the rationale behind the new lower funding goal. Read the full update.
In this update we cover the harmonic levels of ERASynth by explaining the sources of ERASynth's harmonic content. We also mention that the -10 dBc spec given on the campaign page is a little conservative. Read the full update.
If we were to name one area where ERASynth truly excels at, it would be the pedestal noise. (phase noise at offsets from 1 kHz to 100 kHz). Read the full update.
In this update we cover the amplitude accuracy of ERASynth and show the functionality of the REF input. Read the full update.
Here are some answers to common questions we have been receiving about the ERASynth. Read the full update.
In this update we cover the isolation of ERASynth's RF output from Wi-Fi signals radiated by the on-board ESP8266 module Read the full update.
First of all, we would like to thank to all of you who have supported the campaign thus far. Please continue to help us by spreading the word. We really want to take this project to production. So, please support us now if you haven't done so yet :-) Read the full update.