The B4420QDS is a flexible development system supporting the B4420 baseband system-on-chip (SoC) device, providing a complete application development environment. The B4420, with two 1.6 GHz e6500 cores built on Power Architecture®, two 1.2 GHz SC3900FP DSP cores, high throughput baseband and packet accelerators, and rich input/output (I/O) mix, is intended for metrocell base stations in wireless infrastructure as well as aerospace and defense applications.
BRSC3900DSPCORE: Increasing demands of wireless data bandwidth have heightened the necessity for
high-performance wireless infrastructure base station solutions.
The StarCore® SC3900 flexible vector processor (FVP) is the industry’s highest
performance next-generation communication DSP designed to address wireless
infrastructure requirements for high-performance, low-power capabilities.
This Linux software development kit (SDK) includes board support packages supporting QorIQ and select PowerQUICC Power Architecture Technology devices. Linux board support packages (BSPs) for NXP Silicon are tested, certified and frozen, ensuring a fully operational toolchain, kernel and board specific modules that are ready to use together within a fixed configuration for specific hardware reference platforms.
NXP created the differing suites to address different roles within our customer’s companies including software developers (developer suite), board bring-up experts (specialist suite) and network architects (architect suite).