Over The Air: LimeSDR HF, LimeSuite Updates, Hands-On Workshop, DIY Yagi, HAARP Transmissions, Star Database, and Honeywell Reverse Engineering

LimeSDR HF modification

Over The Air is our fortnightly round-up bringing you the latest on topics of interest to the software defined radio community, as curated by technology journalist Gareth Halfacree. Users around the globe have begun experimenting with the LimeSDR v1.4 hardware, and in doing so have discovered both an issue with its reception of high-frequency (HF)…

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Over The Air: LimeSuite Updates, LimeSDR 1.4, Pothos 0.4.2, IEEE Antenna Design, OsmoCon 2017, DARPA Spectrum Challenge, BLE Sniffing, FM Demodulation, and Cold-Weather Soldering Tips

LimeSDR (cased)

Over The Air is our fortnightly round-up bringing you the latest on topics of interest to the software defined radio community, as curated by technology journalist Gareth Halfacree. It’s been a solid couple of weeks for the LimeSuite development team, with bug fixes aplenty hitting the project’s GitHub repository – including commits designed to improve…

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Over The Air: RASDR4, Pre-FOSDEM Hackfest, LimeSuite Updates and CI, LimeSDR Shipping, WaveConverter, and Norway’s FM Closure

RASDR4

Over The Air is our fortnightly round-up bringing you the latest on topics of interest to the software defined radio community, as curated by technology journalist Gareth Halfacree. The Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers (SARA) has announced a new revision of the Radio Astronomy Software Defined Radio (RASDR) platform, and is offering the resulting shielded…

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Over The Air: DIY Downconverter, POES Tracker, Pothos and Lime Suite Updates, DARPA’s AMEBA, and Osmocom’s CFP

Nigun Schematic Blueprint

Over The Air is our fortnightly round-up bringing you the latest on topics of interest to the software defined radio community, as curated by technology journalist Gareth Halfacree. Engineer Raziel Einhorn is ringing in the new year with the production of a prototype open-hardware 1.5-3GHz downconverter, designed to allow lower-frequency radio hardware to receive high-frequency…

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Over The Air: New Site, MATLAB, LimeSDR Case, GPS, Galileo, Antennas, and Diamond Radios

Philip Hahn's LimeSDR case

Over The Air is our fortnightly round-up bringing you the latest on topics of interest to the software defined radio community, as curated by technology journalist Gareth Halfacree. The Myriad-RF website, you may have already noticed, looks a little different today. Since the project launched, its appeal has broadened from experienced wireless engineers and SDR…

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Over The Air: Bluetooth 5, Lime Suite Updates, CBRS, and an SDR Tuning Knob

Bluetooth 5 Engineer (Courtesy Bluetooth SIG)

Over The Air is our fortnightly round-up bringing you the latest on topics of interest to the software defined radio community, as curated by technology journalist Gareth Halfacree. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has formally launched the Bluetooth 5 standard, with the promise that the first products featuring updated radios will hit the market…

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LMS7002M Python package and VNA example

Back in June, during the LimeSDR crowdfunding campaign, one of the many great demos that we shared details of was a basic Vector Network Analyser (VNA). Since then we’ve understandably had quite a few requests to share the code and this was always the intention…

Over The Air: GOES-R, LuaRadio, Spectrum Capture, and LoRa

GOES-R satellite launch image, courtesy NASA

Over The Air is our newly-launched fortnightly round-up, bringing you the latest on topics of interest to the software defined radio community as curated by technology journalist Gareth Halfacree. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has successfully launched GOES-R, its most advanced weather monitoring satellite, and is proceeding to move it into its permanent…

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LimeSDR LuaRadio support and Arch Linux package

LuaRadio is a lightweight, embeddable flow graph signal processing framework for SDR and as the name suggests, it is written in the Lua language. It benefits from no external hard dependencies and a binary footprint of an impressively small <750KB, which even includes the LuaJIT just-in-time compiler.