Radio (SDR) refers to a radio platform
which can be programed through software
(often referred to as "waveforms") to
assume different personalities. "PEARS"
is a 2 channel SDR development platform
which can be operated in host-assisted
or stand-alone mode. It can be
configured and programmed using GNU
Radio and Matlab/Simulink environments.
Main uses and domain
"PEARS" is an SDR
that facilitates learning and research
in modern wireless communication systems
and is primarily intended for academia
and research community. It provides an
ideal platform to perform practical
experiments with considerable ease and
enables fast-track development of new
ideas and concepts into prototype
Features and Technical Specifications
Programmability: Xilinx Kintex FPGA with
400DSP slices & Dual ARM Cortex A9
Operating Frequency: 70MHz to 2.4GHz
Channel Bandwidth: Up to 56 MHz (Rx) &
Up to 40 MHz (Tx)
Supports 2 x 2 MIMO
12-bit data-converters with up to 640
Board Support package.
Development environments: Supports both
GNU Radio (FOSS) and Matlab/Simulink
Online and downloadable documents,
videos and sample waveforms.
Platform required(if any)
Laptop/ Desktop computer with Ubuntu
Linux and GNU Radio or/and Matlab/Simulink
Contact Details for Techno Commercial
Mr. Krishna Kumar S.
Associate Director, Broadcast and
+91 471 272 3333 x. 370