New eBook from Mouser and Xilinx Explores the Benefits of Single-Chip Adaptable Radio Platforms

25 FEBRUARY 2021

Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, announces a new eBook in collaboration with Xilinx, Inc., highlighting the need for adaptive computing solutions and the technological innovations making them possible. In Programmable Single-Chip Adaptable Radio Platform, expert engineers from Mouser and Xilinx offer a series of in-depth articles and videos on the nuances of working with adaptive computing technologies.

With the world transforming to incorporate more products and platforms into the connected, intelligent Internet of Things (IoT), increasing demands are being placed on computing solutions to facilitate rapid change. Today’s computing technology must be dynamic, flexible, and adaptive, enabling innovation in the cloud and at the edge. Radio frequency system-on-chip (RFSoC) solutions will play a key role in the future of computing, supporting end-to-end 5G mobile network architectures, adaptive radar technology, and programmable aerospace and defense applications.

Programmable Single-Chip Adaptable Radio Platform contains links and ordering information for more than a dozen leading-edge products from Xilinx, as well as embedded videos highlighting featured solutions. The eBook highlights the Xilinx Zync® UltraScale+™ RFSoC, the only single-chip adaptable radio platform extended to full sub-6GHz support. The high-performance RFSoC supports a number of low-power, high-performance functions required for RF wireless solutions such as radar, 5G, and satellite communications. The Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC ZCU111 evaluation kit is designed to evaluate the UltraScale+ ZCU28DR device, and provides a comprehensive RF analog-to-digital signal chain prototyping platform.

To learn more about Xilinx’s range of solutions available from Mouser, visit To read the new eBook, go to

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