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: Beginner’s Guides, PocketEPC, GRAVES and More

GRAVES spectrum plot

Karl Woodward’s LimeSDR Made Simple series continues on the Myriad-RF blog with two new hands-on posts: a simple practical example and implementing an FM radio receiver through Pothos. Following on from the first and second entries in the series, Karl’s latest posts are designed to take the theory into the realm of practice. The third…

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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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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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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: 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: 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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