We don’t have an official scheme at present and all enquiries should be directed in the first instance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
New projects are welcomed, but must share a common set of core principles and use an appropriate open source licence. We’d encourage you to discuss your ideas on the forum and to seek advice and feedback.
Current Myriad-RF hardware allows you to create applications that run on any frequency band between 260MHz and 3.8GHz. However, please note that a licence is required to legally create and run applications that utilise licensed spectra.
Myriad-RF was founded by Lime Microsystems, a supplier of flexible transceiver ICs. The initiative is continually growing, with new contributors joining and hardware designs being added. All Myriad-RF designs are published under open source licences and third parties are free to make use of them within the conditions set out…
You can buy Myriad-RF boards from one of the distributors. Alternatively, you can build your own, and design databases and a bill of materials will be provided for each.