I have an AD7768 EVAL board connected to the SDP carrier board and am able to collect a small amount of data using the Windows GUI. What I would like to do for a prototype is stream samples from AD7768 into my custom linux application.
1) Is there a way to do this directly into linux over USB?
2) Is there another interface or adapter card to the AD7768-EVAL that is better suited to this task?
Unfortunately, I'm not aware of any Linux software support for EVAL-SDP-CH1Z.
The alternative is to connect EVAL-AD7768 to a ZedBoard - you will be able to run Linux directly on the ZedBoard. We have a Linux kernel driver for AD7768 (https://wiki.analog.com/resources/tools-software/linux-drivers/iio-adc/ad7768) and an HDL reference design for this carrier.
Thank you for the information. Would this be able to run on a PICOZED SDR FMC carrier?
Sorry for the late answer. You second question got lost.
This can be an option too, but you have to port the design that was initially created for ZedBoard. Some instructions regarding this process can be found on the wiki (e.g., https://wiki.analog.com/resources/fpga/docs/hdl and https://wiki.analog.com/resources/fpga/docs/hdl/porting_project_quick_start_guide).