OTA: Shipping Updates, Drones, Sirens, OsmoCon2018, and More

Chuck Swiger's "LimeSDR Rocks" Waterfall Demo

Fulfilment of the LimeSDR Mini, GPIO Board, Companion Board, Grove Starter Kit, and Hacker Case continue to progress, with Crowd Supply estimating that the final items will have been sent out by the end of May. Backers waiting for a LimeSDR Mini will be pleased to hear shipment continues in weekly batches, with all pre-orders…

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OTA: Masterclass Videos, RFI, C-Band Reuse and More

LimeSDR Mini on a LattePanda

If you’re looking for an in-depth deep dive into digital radio and the inner workings of the LMS7002M and LimeSDR you’ll want to look out for Dr. Danny Webster’s Wireless Masterclass series, the first of which has been uploaded to YouTube. Based on presentations from the LimeSDR Workshop held back in March in partnership with…

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OTA: Interferometry, DIY SDR, van Eck Phreaking, and More

David Lonard's interferometry

David Lonard has posted in the forum to share his results with using the LimeSDR for stargazing via astronomical interferometry, using the board’s 2×2 multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) functionality. “I’ve been working on a 1420 MHz radio astronomy interferometer for a while now and using the LimeSDR that I just received I’m getting some nice results,”…

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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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