we are plant to Configuring AD9361 using Picozed board. I have small confusion about OS/No-OS.
I) what is the Difference between OS/No-OS
II)which is better or both are same
III)To configure AD9361, whether ARM is required or not.
OS means Linux Operating system. If you have Linux ported on your hardware you can go with Linux build of API.
The AD9361 driver on Linux is built statically into the kernel.
Instructions on how to build the kernel and device tree can be found here:
Otherwise without OS to interact with the AD9361 , you can go with NO-OS build.
This generated a binary which can directly run on hardware without and OS needed.
Moving to Linux NO-OS subspace for more comments.
The user guide should be the best place to start from: PicoZed SDR [Analog Devices Wiki]
Thank you ...I undersatand the Difference between Linux-Os and No-OS while using the Picozed board.i have another one doubt.
1)If am using IIO Oscilloscope tool for Ad9361 configuration, which platform i have to choose like No-OS or Linux-OS...which is better.
IIO Scope works only with boards having Linux ported on it. It uses libiio which in turn uses Linux IIO subsystem.
Thank you...now am understand the above
To configure the AD9361, whether ARM is required on not.
For the PicoZed SDR reference design the ARM is required to configure the AD9361.
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