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GREAT-Terry
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re: ADI - Xilinx collaboration streamlines base station design
GREAT-Terry   11/8/2010 4:01:26 PM
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It is great to see a whole kit for base station design. Just wonder how flexible the solution is. If people are using only part of the circuit and the IP but would like to take out some components, will ADI continue to support them?

Silicon_Smith
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re: ADI - Xilinx collaboration streamlines base station design
Silicon_Smith   7/28/2010 6:24:47 PM
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Seems like a very effective combo. However, it will be interesting to see the support on the libraries available for development of the SDR on top of FPGA. Also, the price of the ADI kit is really high. In a effort to make an exhaustive solution, they are really squeezing the customer. Probably a good idea to have two models for the product!!



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