FREMONT, Calif. Jan. 24, 2011 February 1-2, 2011 Santa Clara Santa Clara, CA.
BEEcube will be showing demonstrations with the BEE3 and BEE4 hardware platforms. One of our demonstrations is a Software Defined Radio (SDR) reference design that highlights BEE3 as an SDR prototyping platform – using our FPGA based continuous wideband vector signal generator, controlled by software in real-time via Wind River’s VxWorks over Gigabit Ethernet, with carrier frequency tone sweeps ranging from 0 to 2GHz. The ADC expansion board simultaneously captures analog output with data being displayed directly and integrated with Matlab. BEE3’s ADC can sample up to 3 GHz, offering a true direct RF sampling capability.
The other demonstration is a video processor reference design where captured date streams are downloaded via Gigabit Ethernet, and analyzed based on a remote workstation using industry-standard waveform viewers for low-level RTL signal debugging. And within the same design remote-access of dual 2GB frame buffers in native frame format, which allows live video to be delayed, paused, or manipulated in real-time, using uniquely simultaneous "full-speed" RTL level and application level debug features.
Joseph Rothman January 31st
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Berkeley Stanford University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tokyo University
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