OTA: LimeSDR Mini on Android, Quantum Radio, 5G and More

QRadioLink

QRadioLink developer Adrian Musceac has shown off how the LimeSDR Mini can be connected to a smartphone for on-the-go software-defined radio reception and transmission, in the latest demonstration update to the Crowd Supply campaign. Using the GNU Radio-based QRadioLink running on an Android smartphone, a USB battery pack, and a USB On-The-Go (OTG) adaptor cable,…

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OTA: RAN Competition, ScratchRadio Updates, a Ham Watch, and More

Travis Goodspeed's GoodWatch

BT and Lime Microsystems have launched a competition for all LimeSDR, LimeSDR Mini, and LimeNET users: build a radio access project and pick yourselves up a LimeSDR with official aluminium case plus the potential to publish your creation in the LimeNET app store. Designed to encourage the development of software-defined radio access applications – cellular…

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OTA: LimeSDR Minis, Active Cooling, Sunny Interference, and More

Campaign backers eagerly awaiting their LimeSDR Mini boards have something to whet their appetite in the form of a demonstration using SDRangel, the open-source signal analyser and general-purpose transceiver application. In a video posted to the Crowd Supply campaign page and visible to all, Andrew Back demonstrates how Edouard Griffiths’ popular SDRangel software is capable…

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OTA: LimeNET Success, LimeSDR Guides, Bluetooth Mesh, and More

LimeNET Core

The LimeNET crowdfunding campaign has successfully closed its funding run, meaning production will go ahead on the open-source LimeSDR-powered all-in-one base stations, and with the backing of communications giant Vodafone. Just prior to the campaign’s close, Vodafone announced that it would be providing backing for the LimeNET launch and its App Store platform. Based around…

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Over The Air: Ebrahim Bushehri Interview, ERASynth Update, LimeSDR 4G Repeater, Lime Hackathon Deadline, QB50 Satellites, Drone Hijacking, LTE IMSI Catcher, Chazwazza VNA, Fixing a Bent Antenna, and Focus On Alexandru Csete

ISIS Cubesat

EEWeb’s Paul Dillien has published an interview with Ebrahim Bushehri, chief executive of Lime Microsystems, describing the goal of the LimeSDR and related projects as no less than “to become the Arduino/Raspberry Pi for the wireless engineer.” Paul’s interview with Ebrahim concentrates primarily, and unsurprisingly, on Lime’s ongoing crowdfunding campaign for the LimeSDR-powered LimeNET all-in-one…

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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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Over The Air: LimeNET, IMT-2020 Requirements, LTE-U, Universal Radio Hacker, GNU Radio Blocks Explained, SDR on FPGAs, and a Global SDR Radiotelescope

LimeNET

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. Lime Microsystems and Canonical are putting together the finishing touches to the LimeNET wireless-network-in-a-box crowdfunding campaign with a view to launching a pair of powerful yet compact computers…

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