Democratising Wireless Innovation

Myriad RF is a family of open source hardware and software projects for wireless communications, and a community that is working to make wireless innovation accessible to as many people as possible.

We're building a multi-stakeholder community

Plug & Play Solutions

Solutions can be put straight to use in existing applications and accelerate the prototyping of new ones, while also enabling research & development of next generation wireless systems.

Integrated hardware and software platforms are available for use by novices and experts alike, with SDR drivers featuring vendor and platform neutral APIs, together with packaged software providing a first class user experience.

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Component Developers

Tried and tested, modular hardware designs can be used as a starting point and integrated into new designs, thereby significantly reducing development times and the risks associated with completely new, unverified hardware designs.

SDR drivers with an extensible API and that are designed with reuse in mind can easily be extended to cover new boards and systems, resulting in drastically reduced bring-up time.

Developing Hardware

Developing Software

Featured Projects

LimeSDR

LimeSDR is a low cost, open source, apps-enabled software defined radio (SDR) platform that can be used to support just about any type of wireless communication standard; it can transmit and receive UMTS, LTE, GSM, LoRa, Bluetooth, Zigbee, RFID, and Digital Broadcasting, to name but a few.

Reference Development Kit

The Reference Development Kit (RDK) provides a highly flexible platform for digital designers and software developers, enabling them to create wireless systems without the need for RF design skills. It also serves as a reference model to accelerate the creation of complementary boards and integrated solutions.

RASDR

RASDR is an Open Hardware project undertaken by members of the Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers (SARA) to develop a low cost, high performance software defined receiver for use by SARA members

STREAM

STREAM is a flexible platform for developing high-performance digital and RF designs using an Altera Cyclone IV FPGA and Lime Microsystems FPRF transceiver. It is available in its original form factor and a much more compact, lower cost micro variant.

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OTA: LoRa Testing, Homebrew Antennas, Reactor Monitoring, and More

Gareth Halfacree

Acoustic Communications at Argonne National Laboratory

Engineer Mark Zachmann has posted of his work using the LimeSDR Mini to test low-power long-range LoRa radios, as part of an Internet of Things (IoT) project. “I’m working on a LoRa system at 915MHz. LoRa is a frequency modulation method used on low power IOT devices. Being able to see spectral lines, decipher messages…

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