Altera and TI make RF design fast and easy with complete development kit for Arria V FPGAs
At the International Microwave Symposium, Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) and Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) introduced a complete RF development kit that eases RF prototyping for systems based on Altera's 28-nm Arria® V FPGAs. The modular Arria V FPGA RF Development Kit includes all the hardware and software needed for RF transmit, receive and digital pre-distortion feedback, reducing the amount of time needed to design and verify RF systems, such as wireless base stations, remote radio heads, and military radio and intelligence equipment, from months to weeks. For more information, visit www.ti.com/arria-v-devkit-pr.
The Arria V FPGA RF Development Kit provides RF developers with access to the latest generation of 28-nm FPGAs from Altera, along with the newest analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs) and clocks from TI. The kit provides 2.5 times more transmit and digital pre-distortion feedback bandwidth than similar solutions and is the industry's first complete main/diversity receive development platform supporting up to 75 MHz of bandwidth.
Features and benefits of the Arria V FPGA RF Development Kit:
The Arria V FPGA RF Development Kit includes the Arria V FPGA Development Board and the following RF components from TI:
Learn more about communications solutions from TI and Altera by visiting the links below:
Texas Instruments, www.ti.com
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