Development Kits


  • Modular development system designed for hardware and software developers using the MPC8569E PowerQUICC® III family
  • Allows developers to upload and run code, set breakpoints, display memory, and register and connect proprietary hardware
  • Can be used as a demonstration tool, the developer’s application software may be programmed into the flash memory
  • Can be inserted into a PC as a PCI Express endpoint device, using the optional PCI_PCI Express adapter


  • Access point/router
  • Is a complete production-ready, Bill of Materials (BOM)-optimized reference design solution capable of supporting 802.11n wireless data rates up to 600 Mbps
  • Is ideally suited to maximize performance and meet the required 802.3af power standard while optimizing cost budgets required by this application
  • 800 MHz MPC8377E PowerQUICC II Pro processor built on Power Architecture technology
  • Integrated hardware acceleration for wireless security
  • MiniPCI or MiniPCI Express based interfaces for 802.11N radio modules
  • Dual-band concurrent operation with 3 x 3 MIMO
  • Gigabit Ethernet LAN and WAN interfaces
  • USB 2.0 host/device interface
  • IEEE® 802.3af PoE-compliant solution for dual-concurrent MIMO operation


  • High-performance computing, evaluation, and development platform supporting the MPC8572 processor built on Power Architecture technology
  • Is optimized to support two high-bandwidth memory ports for the processor core, as well as the three PCI-express ports, two of which are dedicated for graphics or other slot-based cards, and the third dedicated
  • MPC8572 at 1500MHz
  • 2 512MB DDR2 DIMMs at 800MHz datarate
  • 4 RJ45 Ethernet connectors
  • 2 PCI Express x2 slots
  • ULI/nVidia M1575 southbridge supporting SATA, IDE, PCI, USB, other
  • Serial connection


  • Includes a variety of different evaluation software from several vendors including ARC, Green Hills Software, Metrowerks, MontaVista, QNX, and Wind River
  • Is fully pre-configured for those customers desiring to use the ARC Precise/MQX Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) with Metrowerks CodeWarrior


  • Modular development system designed to aid hardware and software developers using the PowerQUICC II Pro MPC8349E family
  • Is comprised of 3 discrete hardware modules: MPC8349E Processor Board, PowerQUICC Platform I/O Board, and PowerQUICC PMC to PCI module
  • Allows for optional USB and PCI Expansion module interfaces
  • Features: MPC8349E processor @533MHz, MByte DDR-1 333MHz, 64-Bit PCI Edge Connector, 2 RJ-45 G-Ethernet ports, USB 2.0 High-Speed Device/Host/OTG port, Dual RS232 ports, Local Bus Interface with 8Mbyte Flash (expandable), Board Control and Status Registers in FBGA, Riser Connectors to Platform I/O Board, JTAG Debug Port, I2C port with 256Kb EEPROM, Real-Time Clock, SODIMM SPD EEPROM, PCI add-in standard card form factor

Virtex-6 FPGA ML605

Virtex 6 FPGA ML605
  • FPGA XC6VLX240T-1FFG1156
  • Onboard configuration circuitry (USB to JTAG), 16MB Platform Flash XL, 32MB Parallel (BPI) Flash, System ACE CF with 2GB Compact FLASH Card
  • 10/100/1000 Tri-Speed Ethernet, SFP transceiver connector, GTX port (TX, RX) with four SMA connectors, USB To UART Bridge, USB Host Port and USB Peripheral Port, PCI Express x8 Edge Connector, card supports up to x4 Gen2 with Virtex-6 LX240T-1 silicon
  • Memory 512 MB DDR3 SO-DIMM, 32 MB BPI Linear Flash, 8 Kb IIC EEPROM
  • Clocking 200 MHz Oscillator differential, 66 MHz Socketed Oscillator, SMA Connectors for external clock differential, GTX Reference Clock port with 2 SMA connectors
  • Input/Output and Expansion Ports: 16x2 LCD character display, DVI Output, System Monitor, User Push buttons (5), DIP switches (3), LEDs (13), User GPIO with 2 SMA connectors, 2 FMC Expansion Ports, High Pin Count (HPC), 8 GTX Transceivers, 160 SelectIOs, Low Pin Count, 1 GTX Transceiver, 68 SelectIOs

Virtex-4 RocketIO ML423

Virtex 4 RocketIO ML423
  • Is designed for characterization and evaluation of Virtex®-4 FX RocketIO MGT Transceivers, each RocketIO™ MGT Transceiver is accessible via 4 SMA connectors
  • Onboard power supplies for all necessary voltages capable of supplying 1.5A to 6A
  • Power supply jacks for optional use of external power supplies
  • JTAG configuration port for use with Parallel Cable III and Parallel Cable IV cables
  • System ACE™ configuration controller
  • RS-232 serial port
  • MGT power supply module for supporting all transceiver power requirements
  • 2 2.5V/3.3V global clock oscillator sockets
  • 2 single-ended global clock inputs with SMA connectors
  • 2 differential global clock inputs with SMA connectors
  • Xilinx Generic Interface (XGI)
  • SuperClock module with XGI
  • 24 or 96 pairs of SMA connectors for the RocketIO transceivers
  • Power indicator LEDs
  • General-purpose DIP switches, LEDs, and pushbuttons
  • 1 differential local clock input with SMAs
  • 4 differential MGT clock inputs with SMAs
  • EU-RoHS compliant

Microsemi SmartFusion2

SmartFusion2 DevelopmentKit
  • Is designed for evaluation of 5G SERDES through the available SMP connectors
  • Build PCI Express Endpoint applications through the x4 card edge fingers provided on the board
  • Evaluation of DDR3 and GPIO performance
  • Provides the highest General purpose and 3.3V I/Os in the industry
  • Build sub-systems that require: 1588 Timing Synchronization, Power over Ethernet, Industrial Motor Control, Gigabit Ethernet/10 Gigabit Ethernet switches, Mixed-Signal Power Management


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  • Broadband Low Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) Direct Conversion Transmitter
  • This circuit is a complete implementation of the analog portion of a broadband direct conversion transmitter (analog baseband in, RF out)
  • RF frequencies from 500 MHz to 4.4 GHz are supported through the use of a PLL with a broadband integrated voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO)
  • Harmonic filtering of the LO from the PLL ensures excellent quadrature accuracy
  • Low noise LDOs ensure that the power management scheme has no adverse impact on phase noise and EVM
  • This combination of components represents industry-leading direct conversion transmitter performance over a frequency range of 500 MHz to 4.4 GHz

IDT DAC1408D750W1

  • Is suitable for dynamic performance evaluations from low to high outputs frequency configuration
  • The FPGA eases the evaluation and analysis of the DAC dynamic performance and enables usage of the JESD204A full features set
  • SW interface to easily program DAC parameters (NCO, offset, interpolation factor, PLL, etc.)
  • On-board AQM + LO synthesizerSMA connector for DAC and AQM external clock input signals
  • On-board clock generator for DAC and FPGAOn-board Virtex 5 FPGA for data generation: 2 DACs on the same PCB to easily evaluate Multi-Devices Synchronization


  • PC evaluation software for control and measurement of the AD9914
  • USB connection to PC
  • Microsoft Windows-based evaluation software with simple graphical user interface(supports 64-bit versions of Windows)


  • PC evaluation software for control and measurement of the AD9915
  • USB connection to PC
  • Microsoft Windows-based evaluation software with simple graphical user interface(supports 64-bit versions of Windows)

XGI Technology Volari Z 11

  • Z11 graphics processor was designed for specialized market applications including servers and dual display systems and embedded systems
  • 32/64/128 MB DDR2
  • Supports graphics mode up to 1920×1200
  • Supports 270 MHz pixel clock
  • PCIe 1X standard Revision 1.1 compliant
  • Digital interface to an external LVDS/TMDS transmitter
  • Digital interface (DVO) to KVM for remote panel interface
  • Supports 12-bit, 18-bit, 24-bit, and dual 12-bit digital interface


Hd1000 Kit
  • CFP cage for 100GE line interface Adaptable to 2x40GE or 10x10GE
  • Interlaken interface (AirMax connector pair)
  • 120Gb/s to companion board/system
  • PCI Express pluggable form factor
  • Gen 3 x8, for 64 Gb/s throughput
  • 6 SMAs (Tx, Rx, clk) for generic SerDes access
  • DDR3 module: 4 GB at 1.866 GT/s
  • FMC expansion port (HPC)
  • T10 SerDes lanes at 10 Gb/s
  • Up to 160 signals (or 80 diff) at 1.6 Gb/s


Idtp9036 Evaluation Board Top
  • Wireless power charging solution for base stations with a TX-A6 coil transmitter
  • 3 coil transmitter system enables a large active power area with high-efficiency transfer and enables power to only one coil at a time when the receiver is detected
  • Provides numerous test points to allow detailed signal inspection access at different nodes of the circuit
  • Is a stand-alone application; all it needs is a 12V/1A DC power adapter and a WPC certified power receiver


  • High-speed analog module designed to showcase the latest generation high-speed data converters
  • Provides the analog front-end for a wide range of compute-intensive FPGA-based radio applications
  • When combined with an FPGA development platform, it enables a variety of wireless communications functions at the physical layer, from baseband to RF
  • Software tunable across wide frequency range (400MHz to 4GHz) with 125MHz channel bandwidth (250MSPS ADC, 1GSPS DAC)


  • XILINX Spartan XC3S100
  • PCI express
  • DDR2 128 MB
  • VGA for external monitor IC Philips DA8777


  • Is a complete evaluation system for the bq77PL900, a five- to ten-cell Li-ion battery protection and AFE integrated circuit
  • 1 bq77PL900 circuit module, which includes 1 bq77PL900 integrated circuit (IC), sense resistor, power FETs, and all other onboard components necessary to protect the cells from overcharge, over-discharge, short circuit, and over-current discharge in 5 to 10 series cell Li-ion or Li-polymer battery packs
  • The circuit module connects directly across the cells in a battery
  • User can read the bq77PL900 data registers, program the IC protection limits, and evaluate the overall functionality of the bq77PL900 solution under different operational conditions

Altera Stratix 2

Altera Stratix2
  • Stratix 2 FPGA - EP2S60F672C5ES
  • 16 Mbytes of flash memory
  • 1 Mbyte of static RAM
  • 16 Mbytes of SDRAM
  • On-board Ethernet MAC/PHY device
  • CompactFlashTM connector for Type I CompactFlash cards
  • Mictor connector for hardware and software debug


Altera Cyclonenios
  • 8 Mbytes of flash memory
  • 1 Mbyte of static RAM
  • 16 Mbytes of SDRAM
  • On-board Ethernet MAC/PHY device
  • CompactFlashTM connector for Type I CompactFlash cards
  • Mictor connector for hardware and software debug

IDT Tsi721-16GEBI

Idt Tsi721
  • Prototyping platform that leverage’s IDT’s Tsi721 PCIe® to RapidIO® Gen2 bridge as well as the CPS-1432 RapidIO Gen2 switch, allowing any PCIe processor to communicate to an S-RIO network
  • Has a variety of interfaces that allows customers to interface DSPs, Microprocessors, and FPGAs to IDT switches, and also allows for x86 processors to interface to an S-RIO network through the Tsi721 bridge
  • AMCs, SMAs, InfiniBand/CX4, and SFP+ connectors

IDT 89KTT0832P

Idt T0832p
  • Is designed to enable quick in-system testing of IDT’s 16-lane, 8Gbps, PCIe 3.0 Retimer IC product
  • Features a 16-lane PCIe connection from the host through the Retimer to an end-point device installed in the 16-lane PCIe slot


5p49v5901  Versaclock5 Evalboard
  • Is designed for the IDT 5P49V5901 VersaClock 5 programmable clock generator
  • With RMS phase jitter less than 0.7 picoseconds over the full 12 kHz to 20 MHz integration range, the device meets the stringent jitter requirements of PCI Express® Gen 1/2/3, USB 3.0, and 1G/10G Ethernet
  • VersaClock 5 ideal for high-performance consumer, networking, industrial, computing, and data-communications applications


Idt Dac1658 53d
  • High-Performance 16-bit Dual DAC
  • Is suitable for dynamic performance evaluations from low to high output frequency configurations
  • Can be used during design and prototype to generate various input test patterns and ease DAC performance analysis

IDT 8EBV89316

Idt 8ebv89316
  • Evaluation board for Industrial Automation and Power Systems
  • Allows the user to connect up to three single-ended reference inputs via SMA connectors
  • The inputs can operate at 25 MHz, 125 MHz, or 156.25 MHz
  • Synchronization functions are provided by the IDT8V89316 Digital PLL (DPLL) device which integrates an embedded clock synthesizer


Idt8v19n476i 02 Eval Board Top View
  • Evaluation platform for IDT’s JESD204B compliant RF-PLL for wireless infrastructure radio boards
  • Allows generating high-speed clock and SYSREF signals for DAC/ADC circuits
  • Main timing parameters, such as high-frequency, low phase noise, high spurious attention can be demonstrated
  • The PC software to control the board by a graphical user interface


  • Is a three axes digital output linear accelerometer
  • Includes a sensing element and an IC interface able to take the information from the sensing element and to provide the measured acceleration signals to the external world through an I2C/SPI serial interface


  • The evaluation board offers an easy way to test the AD9430 in CMOS mode
  • It requires a clock source, an analog input signal, and a 3.3 V power supply
  • The clock source is buffered on the board to provide the clocks for the ADC, latches, and data ready signals
  • The digital outputs and output clocks are available at two 40-pin connectors, P3 and P23
  • The PCB interfaces directly with ADI standard dual-channel data capture board (HSC-ADC-EVAL-DC) which, together with ADI ADC Analyzer software, allows for quick ADC evaluation
  • The board has several different modes of operation and is shipped in the following configurations: Offset binary, Internal voltage reference, CMOS parallel timing, Full-scale adjust = low

Microchip DM160219

Microchip Dm160219
  • Enables designers to quickly integrate gestures and XY touch to their designs
  • MTCH6102 controller driving 9x6 touchpad sensor
  • 0.7mm Lexan™ cover layer
  • LED indicators for power and USB communication, MiniUSB connector
  • • Switchable between 3.3V onboard LDO / External 1.8-3.6V supply
  • Two options for communication: 1. Onboard I2C to USB conversion via PIC16LF1454 (preprogrammed) for use with GUI or PC development; 2. Standalone MTCH6102 I2C connection to host application circuit through breakout connection