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Part Number: XTCIEVMK2LX
I'm new to a development with TI's product. Frankly, I'm totally new to the embedded development. :)
I want to know if I can get ADC data with the combination of TCI6630K2L EVM (XTCIEVMK2LX), DEV-ADC34J22, and KY-FMC2HSMC. Actually I already bought them all.
There's no problem to connect them physically, but I don't know how to use them for data acquisition. I don't even know if it's possible or not, so I need to know that first. :)
As I know, both of TCI6630K2L and DEV-ADC34J22 support the JESD204B interface, and I want to use the interface to get ADC data.
Could you please tell me if it's possible or not and if it's possible, where can I get started? I found the RFSDK and downloaded it today, and read the installation guide which describes the SDK is validated only with a specific hardware (if I understood well), so I'm not sure if I can use the SDK or not.
English is not my mother tongue, so please understand my poor English, and I'm sorry my question may be not clear bcoz I'm a newbie in the embedded world. :)
Thank you very much.
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In reply to Yordan Kovachev:
In reply to Huioon Kim:
The RFSDK has several Adjacent market designs that have a design guide, that describes what can be done, along with the software for the RFSDK.
The Digital Front End DFE in the TCI6630K2L / 66AK2L06 is a digital radio. In a data acquisition concept data can be transmitted, filtered, interpolated, mixed to an IF frequency and transmitted to a DAC (38J84), also data from an ADC or receiver (ADC32RF80) in adjacent market design #4 is received, mixed from IF frequency to 0IF, filtered and decimated.
The radio has a stream rate, and a channel (Axc) rate. The remainder of IQN data transport, FFTC processing, memory storage, and DSP usage are based on channels.
I would request the design 4 RFSDK package. There is a new adapter card that fits between the 66AK2L06 EVM, and the ADC EVM, it provides a clock source, and the splitting of the lanes to allow the DAC and ADC to share one 66AK2L06 JESD connector. You would also need to request / purchase that for the standard design 4 experiment.
You would need to contact you local TI HSP ADC and DAC field application engineer. In order to use the design package you would need a 2 lane parallel IQ programming example for your ADC EVM,
In reply to Radio-Joe:
Thank you for answering my many questions. ;)
Unfortunately, the ADC EVMs included in the reference designs of 66AK2L06 EVM are not so affordable for us and have higher specs than we need, so we decided to try ADC34J22 EVM as questioned about the compatibility in my previous question.
We will examine the compatibility ourselves and request to purchase it. I hope it will work well. :)
Thank you very much!
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