Matchstiq Z2 is a RF standalone SDR platform runs with Linux computer. It uses Sidekiq Z2 card on Carrier card integrated inside thermal conducted enclosure.
Matchstiq Z2 integrates Epiq Solutions' Sidekiq Z2 SDR into a low profile machined aluminum housing to provide a complete low visibility RF sensing system for use with tablets, iPads, laptops, tactical handheld radios and any other host platform with a USB 2.0 port. It has integrated magnets to support simplified mounting to any mobile device. Matchstiq Z2 provides complete RF transceiver plus Linux computer with webserver to deliver real-time RF sensing results to a web browser with no additional software running on the host platform. Current applications include Epiq Solutions' Skylight cellular survey application, as well as Epiq Solutions' ERA real-time RF spectrum analyzer application. Its small form factor and inconspicuous profile make it ideal for RF sensing applications where low visibility and mobility are critical.
- CPU- Dual-core ARM Cortex A9
- RAM- 512 MB of DDR3L
- Storage- 128 MB
- FPGA- Xilinx® Zynq® SoC 7010
- Boot Time<2 seconds
- RF Tuning Range- 70 MHz to 6 GHz
- Sample Rate- Up to 61.44 Msps
- Filter Bank- Four band Rx pre-select
- Clock- 40 MHz TCVCXO ref clock with +/- 1 PPM stability
- I / O- USB 2.0 OTG interface
- Inside metal enclosure
Measuring less than 80mm x 61mm x 12mm
Weighs is under 100 gram