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Components

Components include the original Reference Development Kit (RDK) that is comprised of the Myriad-RF 1 module and digital interface boards, alongside more recent SDR platforms such as the LimeSDR family, and external modules which add PAs, LNAs and buffered GPIO etc.

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Integrated Systems

Integrated systems build on the field proven LimeSDR platform to provide a fully standalone solution, with features such as a GPS disciplined oscillator (GPSDO) for high frequency accuracy and stability, Power-over-Ethernet, and touch screen and camera interfaces, in addition to integrated compute.

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LimeNET Micro

LimeNET Micro makes deploying wireless networks more accessible than ever before, by extending the LimeNET line of integrated hardware solutions via an ultra-low cost platform that is capable of supporting narrowband systems, such as GSM and IoT wireless standards, in a stand-alone configuration.

LMS8001 Companion

The LMS8001-Companion board provides a four channel, highly integrated, highly reconfigurable frequency shifter platform, utilising the LMS8001A integrated circuit. One of the possible applications is extending the RF frequency range of the LimeSDR platform up to 10 GHz.

LimeADPD

Lime Adaptive Digital Predistortion implements power amplifier linearisation for improved power efficiency and reduced running cost of wireless infrastructure. LimeADPD is designed for use with the LimeSDR QPCIe board.

LimeSDR QPCIe

LimeSDR-QPCIe is a 4x4 MIMO PCIe board which provides support for adaptive digital predistortion (ADPD) and with GPS for frequency accuracy/stability.

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OTA: OpenBSC Setup Scripts, 80MSPS from a LimeSDR Mini, a Satellite Hunt, and More

Community member Bastien Baranoff has shared scripts for getting a Raspberry Pi system running Ubuntu Server up-and-running as an open cellular base station with Osmocom’s OpenBSC and a LimeSDR. Designed for Raspberry Pi systems running Canonical’s free and open source Ubuntu Server Linux distribution, Bastien’s scripts begin by installing the…
Lime AC Case for LimeSDR Mini

OTA: LimeRFE Shipping Begins, LibreCellular Launches, OpenWifi, and More

Lime Micro has announced that the first batch of LimeRFE boards has now been shipped to Crowd Supply, with all backers’ orders expected to be fulfilled by the end of June. Designed to bring the same flexibility as the LimeSDR range to the radio-frequency front-end field, the programmable LimeRFE promises…