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: 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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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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