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PicoZed SDR SOM 7035 reference design

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domnambulist
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PicoZed SDR SOM 7035 reference design

Dear all,

I am using the PicoZed SDR SOM Development Kit with the PZ SDR SOM 7035 and wondering where to find a Vivado reference design for it.

Maybe there are Vivado sources available for the zynq-picozed-sdr2-fmc boot files that are shipped on SD-Card with the board.

Thanks,
Domnambulist

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mbrown
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GitHub & Wiki

Analog Devices provides a comprehensive set of drivers, source code, reference designs, and other technical resources for PicoZed SDR.  The single wiki page to bookmark is:
 

 
The GitHub repository is here -- https://github.com/analogdevicesinc
/Matt

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Matt, Thank you for the links

Matt, Thank you for the links. I might have to clearify my concerns. Which Project from the GitHub repo "hdl" is the correct one for PicoZed 7035? Is it one of the three in Folder "pzsdr" and if so, what is the difference between "ccbrk", "ccfmc" and "ccpci"?
The PicoZed Wiki page just links to other designs such as fmcomms2 with no hint what the relation to PicoZed is.

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mbrown
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Sorry for the confusion.

Sorry for the confusion.
 
The ADI wiki attempts to clarify the link with FMCOMMS board by:
"Built on the AD9361, it is schematically & HDL similar to the AD-FMCOMMS3-EBZ."
 
FMCOMMS2 and 3 are identical except for the RF transformers, so the HDL designs are identical.
 
In the GitHub "hdl" directory:
ccbrk = carrier card, breakout (not yet a product for sale)
ccpcie = carrier card, PCIe (not yet a product for sale)
ccfmc = carrier card, FMC.  This is for the PicoZed SDR Dev Kit.
 
/Matt

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Thanks a lot!

Thanks a lot!

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It's a wiki!

For anyone who wants to help make the documentation better - it is a wiki - you can log in, and hit the edit button!

-Robin