Over The Air: LimeNET, LimeSuite Calibration Tips, LimeSDR Diagnostics, Cisco Joins OAI, Shortwave Reception Guide and Antenna Analysers

LimeNET Base Station

The LimeNET network-in-a-box crowdfunding campaign has officially opened, and comes with the unveiling of a new PCI Express version of the LimeSDR: the LimeSDR QPCIe. Announced earlier this year, the LimeNET campaign seeks to produce a range of all-in-one software defined radio (SDR) platforms based around the LimeSDR. The entry point is the LimeNET Mini,…

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BT and EE LimeSDR Hackathon

When EE, a tier 1 network operator, decided to back the LimeSDR crowdfunding campaign this was a clear indication of the scale of the opportunity at hand. And not simply for operators to reduce costs and extend coverage, but for wireless innovation to be democratised and the marketplace opened up to companies developing ground-breaking technology…

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Welcome to FreeSRP

When we heard about Lukas Lao Beyer’s software-defined radio project, FreeSRP, it’s fair to say that we were suitably impressed. Creating an affordable SDR platform that covers 70MHz to 6GHz is no mean feat!

Over The Air: ERASynth, Pothos 0.5.0, Hackaday Prize-Winning Cellular Repeater, 3D Printed LimeSDR Case, MATLAB ADS-B Tutorial, and Disney’s Backscatter Research

ERASynth

If you’re looking to pick up a signal generator for your next project or experiment, ERA Instruments is currently looking to raise funds for production of the ERASynth open-hardware 250KHz-15GHz signal generator. Designed to appeal to everyone from hackers and students to professors and professional engineers, the ERASynth’s specifications are undeniably impressive: the entry-level ERASynth…

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LimeSDR RISC-V Student Project Announced for GSoC 2017

We’re excited to announce that in partnership with the Free and Open Source Silicon Foundation, we will have a student working as part of Google Summer of Code on, not only the integration of a RISC-V softcore in the LimeSDR FPGA, but also adaptation to a FuSeSoC based flow. The RISC-V core will replace a…

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Over The Air: Project Subscriptions, Tip Line, LimeNET Launch Date, Pothos Bugfixes, OpenAirInterface Implementations, DARPA’s Colosseum, and LNA Testing for GOES

DARPA Colosseum

For anyone eager to be at the cutting-edge of project development, there’s now an email subscription option which will alert you every time a Myriad-RF project is updated with per-project tracking to keep things entirely on-topic. Build around the official projects pages, the subscription forms now appear at the bottom of each project’s page –…

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Community growth: onwards and upwards!

As the Myriad-RF community continues to grow and develop we take a brief look back over the past four or so years, at some recent statistics, and how community and projects are evolving.

Over The Air: pyLMS7002M Update, LimeSDR breaks $1M, OpenCL GNU Radio Acceleration, Smart TV and Siren Attacks, Wi-FAR Testing, an HF Preselector, and a Radio Museum

Siren (image courtesy Ben Franske, CC-BY-SA 4.0 International)

The LMS7002M Python package (pyLMS7002M) has received a major update this week allowing its use via the LimeAPI, meaning it’s now possible to use its examples, including the Vector Network Analyser (VNA), without causing conflicts with other Windows drivers. The pyLMS7002M package includes a range of example projects, the most intriguing of which is an…

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LimeSDR Workshop Materials Available

On 24th March we hosted a one day workshop in partnership with the BCS Open Source Specialist Group and Open Source Hardware User Group, that provided an introduction to software-defined radio and LimeSDR. Held at the BCS offices in central London, the event was free to attend and proved to be very popular, with participants…

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Over The Air: Luftek Enclosure Review, Testing Microwave Filters, New GNU Radio, Massive MIMO Trials, AMSAT LimeSDR, Software Defined Everything, and SDR Rocketry

Luftek Enclosure, as pictured by cde.

Anyone looking for an attractive and functional housing for their LimeSDR boards should take a glance at this forum post from user cde, who has penned a small review of the casing and panels designed by luftek last year – and has detailed a few modifications he made to improve the board’s performance to boot. First…

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