GNU Radio support for Epiq Solutions' Matchstiq SDR

Epiq Solutions is pleased to announce our most recent software defined
radio platform called Matchstiq, a complete SDR system consisting of a
broadband RF transceiver + FPGA + 1 GHz ARM processor that supports
GNU Radio. Matchstiq fits in the palm of your hand, and fills a void
in the current SDR landscape where flexibility, mobility, and form
factor are critical to enabling new capabilities.

Highlights of Matchstiq include the following:
-Broadband RF transceiver covering 300 MHz to 3.8 GHz
-Support for RF channel bandwidths up to 28 MHz
-Sub-octave pre-select filter bank
-Dual 12 bit A/D and D/A converters, up to 40 Msamples/sec
-30.72 MHz TC-VCXO reference clock
-Low-jitter programmable sample rate clock with 1 Hz resolutions
-Integrated GPS with 1 PPS
-Xilinx Spartan 6 LX45 FPGA
-TI DM3730 (ARM+DSP) processor, running a 2.6.35 Linux kernel @ 1 GHz
-High speed USB OTG interface (supporting an ethernet gadget interface
to a PC, as well as host mode for adding USB peripherals)
-Size: 2.2" x 4.6" x 0.9"
-Power consumption: ~3W (typical Rx-only application)
-Supports ~2 hours of operation with optional battery pack
(application dependent)

Matchstiq will begin shipping next month, and additional details can
be found at our website:


John O.
CEO/System Architect
Epiq Solutions

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