In this paper, we present the architecture and implementation of an all-digital transmitter with radio frequency output targeting an FPGA device. FPGA devices have been widely adopted in the applications of digital signal processing (DSP) and digital communication. They are typically well suited for the evolving technology of software defined radios (SDR) due to their reconfigurability and programmability. However, FPGA devices are mostly used to implement digital baseband and intermediate frequency (IF) functionalities. Therefore, significant analog and RF components are still needed to fulfill the radio communication requirements. The all-digital transmitter presented in this paper directly synthesizes RF signal in the digital domain, therefore eliminates the need for most of the analog and RF components. The all-digital transmitter consists of one QAM modulator and one RF pulse width modulator (RFPWM). The binary output waveform from RFPWM is centered at 800MHz with 64QAM signaling format. The entire transmitter is implemented using Xilinx Virtex2pro device with on chip multi-gigabit transceiver (MGT). The adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) measured in the 20 MHz passband is 45dB, and the measured error vector magnitude (EVM) is less than 1%. Our work extends the digital implementation of communication applications on an FPGA platform to radio frequency, therefore making a significant evolution towards an ideal SDR.