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Myriad-RF is a family of open source hardware projects
for the prototyping and creation of fully configurable
wireless platforms that run on almost any communication
standard and frequency.
The Myriad-RF boards can be built from open source
designs or purchased pre-assembled.
The Myriad-RF 1 is based on the
state of the art LMS6002D transceiver
from Lime Microsystems and
accelerates the development of
A MIMO platform for advanced
communications and PNT applications,
that incorporates two wideband
transceivers, 10-axis accelerometer,
gyro, compass and barometer sensors,
and a large FPGA.
An industrial grade, dual-channel
wideband transceiver with a GPS
synchronised clock and that is
designed for use in carrier networks
with GSM and LTE base stations.
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