Xilinx’s Radio Frequency System-on-Chip (RFSoC) devices have created a new class of integrated circuit architecture for the communications and instrumentation markets. RFSoCs combine high-accuracy ADCs and DACs operating at Giga samples per second (Gsps), with programmable heterogeneous compute engines.
The Xilinx University Program is offering the RFSoC 2x2 kit exclusively for academic customers.
The kit features:
For more details on the RFSoC 2x2 hardware, see the Board Overview page.
If you already have a board, go to the RFSoC 2x2 Getting Started guide. The getting started guide includes instructions and a video showing you how to setup your board to run PYNQ.
See the XUP RFSoC 2x2 page for details on how to apply to purchase an RFSoC 2x2.
Once your board is up and running, go to the RFSoC 2x2 Overlays page for details about what you can do with your board, and how to build your own designs.
For more information on what you can do with PYNQ, see the PYNQ community pages which showcases example PYNQ designs. You can check for any overlays that support the RFSoC 2x2, or try to port existing designs to your board.