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Product Specifications

Crimson TNG Cyan
Crimson TNG Image Cyan Image
Overview:
  • 4 channels
  • capable of processing up to 325MHz of instantaneous RF bandwidth from DC to 6GHz
  • optional data processing over dual 10Gb Ethernet links by connecting the integrated SFP+ headers to a compatible 10GBASE-R network device
  • Altera Arria V ST FPGA SoC on-board
Overview:
  • 16 channels
  • capable of processing up to 1 - 3 GHz of instantaneous RF bandwidth from DC to 20GHz
  • optional data processing over quad 40 - 100 Gbps Ethernet links by connecting the integrated qSFP+ headers to a compatible 40/100GBASE-R network device.
  • Altera Stratix 10 FPGA SoC on-board
Quickstart Quickstart
Specifications and Interfaces Specifications and Interfaces
System Architecture System Architecture
Networking Networking
Software* Software*
Device Triggers* Device Triggers*
Troubleshooting Troubleshooting
Performance Measurements Performance Measurements
Mechanical Drawings Mechanical Drawings
Updating Transceiver Firmware

* these sections are common to both devices

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Complete Setup How-to Guide



Steps Description
Hardware Setup The first step is to set up the various hardware features of your Per Vices product. This includes steps such as ensuring device receives power, and cables are connected properly.
Host Machine Setup The second step is to set up your host machine and downloading the appropriate software to operate your Per Vices SDR product. The two pieces of software needed are UHD and GNU Radio.
Testing & Confirming Functionality Once both the hardware and software has been setup, the next step is to test the setup of both features to ensure it was done successfully.
Running Your First Programs Once everything has been setup, it is now time to run your first program on your Per Vices device. In your first programs, you will code your SDR device to receive a waveform using a UHD block (see PVT-0 below) and transmit a waveform using a GRC block (see PVT-1 below).
Running More Complex Waveforms Now that you have become familiar with running basic waveforms, we can now move on to more complicated waveforms. Following the FM receiver tutorial to learn how to work with complicated waveforms using different combination of blocks.

Further How-to Guides

After setting up your device, it is recommended you try to ensure it works using the tutorials below.

Tutorials

Application Notes

Our Application Notes aim to provide assistance with common engineering tasks. Whether you have a Crimson TNG or a Cyan radio, these notes will provide details and explanations to help you reason through your challenges:

Reference Notes