simpleFE is a low cost, fully open-source, mixed-signal front-end. Designed primarily to carry out analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion, simpleFE includes plenty of IO and allows you to create your own signal processing system more quickly, more easily, and more cost-effectively.
Features & Specifications
ADC: 8-bit, two channels, up to 7.5 Msps (I and Q)
DAC: 10-bit, two channels up to 7.5 Msps (I or Q) or 5 Msps (I and Q)
USB: High speed interface (USB 2.0)
GPIO: 16 pins
DAC Output: 10-bit, four pins
SPI: One interface
I²C: One interface
Two U.fl analog output (50 Ohm output impedance)
Two U.fl analog input (high impedance)
USB: EZ-USB FX2LP (CY7c68013A)
Software: GNURadio, gr-simplefe, libsimplefe C library
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