T&M protoyping platform in stock at Digi-Key
Digilent’s Eclypse Z7 bundle enables engineers to create high-speed instrumentation, control, and measurement systems for edge computing, medical, and communications applications.
It is in stock at distributor Digi-Key.
The bundle includes Eclypse Z7, the Zmod ADC 1410, and Zmod DAC 1411; both Zmods with 100 MSPS, 14-bit converters. The bundle can be customised by adding different Zmods.
The Eclypse Z7 features a Zynq 7020 FPGA SoC from Xilinx and two high-speed connectors using SYZYGY standards, which pairs with the Digilent Zmod family to allow for high-performance I/O.
Users can plug-in application-specific Zmods and get up and running in hours or days instead of weeks or months.
The Zmod ADC 1410 is equipped with Analog Devices’ AD9648, the dual-channel, high-speed, low-power, 14-bit, 105 MS/s analogue to digital converter (ADC).
Driven by the SYZYGY carrier, the Zmod ADC can acquire two simultaneous signals (1 MΩ, ±25 V, single-ended, 14-bit, 100 MS/s, 70 MHz+ bandwidth).
The analogue inputs can be connected to a circuit using SMA cables.
The Zmod DAC 1411 is equipped with Analog Devices’ AD9717 the dual-channel, high-speed, low-power, 14-bit, 125 MS/s digital to analogue converter (DAC). Driven by the SYZYGY carrier, the Zmod DAC can generate two simultaneous signals (50Ω, ±5 V, single-ended, 14-bit, 100 MS/s, 40 MHz+ bandwidth).
The analogue outputs can be connected to a circuit using SMA cables.
The bundle comes with a free example project to show users the implementation of a basic signal processing application on the Eclypse Z7 bundles.