This repository contains the Myriad-RF reference hardware designs for Lime Microsystem's LMS6002D and LMS7002M transceivers, plus LMS8001 up/down converter, in PDF and KiCad formats, along with the associated firmware.
The directory structure for the hardware designs is as follows:
docs/ - platform documentation <project>/hardware/<version>/ BOM/ - bill of materials spreadsheet Gerbers/ - Gerber CAM files KiCAD/ - KiCAD schematic and layout files Manufacturing/ - Additional manufacturing information PDF/ - Schematic and layout PDFs Reports/ - DRC, ERC and drill reports
- RFDIO Connector Specification
The Myriad-RF Radio Frequency Digital Input Output (RFDIO) connector specification defines the electrical and mechanical properties of a high speed card interface for Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) based carrier boards. This specification ensures interoperability between carrier (mother) boards and add-on (daughter) RF cards.
Please note that this needs to be updated with details of the connector specification used by the micro series of boards.
Myriad-RF 1 module (myriadrf-1)
Hardware design files for the LMS6002-based Myriad-RF 1 RF module.
Note that there are two versions of the design: one with vias in pads, and another with them off.
DE0-Nano Interface (de0nano-interface)
Hardware design files and firmware sources (FPGA HDL + Cypress FX2 code) for the DE0-Nano interface that is used with the original Myriad-RF 1 module.
Zipper Interface (zipper)
This interface allows the Myriad-RF 1 to be used with FPGA development boards that have either a HSMC or FMC connector.
Note that v1 of the hardware design was not made generally available.
LMS6002 version of the micro form factor RF module.
LMS7002 version of the micro form factor RF module.
The hardware designs are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported licence.
Note: The Myriad-RF 1 and DE0-Nano Interface hardware designs were initially published under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported licence. As of 30th September 2013 these have been re-licensed under the more permissive Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported licence.
For details of firmware licensing please see the associated COPYING file(s).