OTA: LimeNET Micro Improved, AfriCUBE, Reviving Analogue Cellphones, and More

The LimeNET Micro crowdfunding campaign continues, and has brought with it a welcome change to the design which will greatly increase the radio’s available bandwidth and sample rate while also adding support for camera and display accessories. Announced via a crowdfunding campaign late last month, the LimeNET Micro is the…
LimeNET Micro (underside)

OTA: New LimeSuite, RISC-V LimeNET, ‘Minecraft’ Video, and More

There’s a fresh new version of the Lime Suite software stack out, version 18.03.0, which brings with it full support for the LimeSDR Mini. Released earlier this week on the Lime Suite GitHub repository, Lime Suite v18.03.0 brings with it full support for programming and controlling the LimeSDR Mini…
LimeNET RISC-V Prototype

OTA: Beginner’s Guides, PocketEPC, GRAVES and More

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…
GRAVES spectrum plot

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

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…
LimeNET Core

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

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…
ISIS Cubesat

Over The Air: pyLMS7002M Update, LimeSDR breaks $1M, OpenCL GNU Radio Acceleration, Smart TV and Siren Attacks, Wi-FAR Testing, an HF Preselector, and a Radio Museum

The LMS7002M Python package (pyLMS7002M) has received a major update this week allowing its use via the LimeAPI, meaning it’s now possible to use its examples, including the Vector Network Analyser (VNA), without causing conflicts with other Windows drivers. The pyLMS7002M package includes a range of example projects, the most…
Siren (image courtesy Ben Franske, CC-BY-SA 4.0 International)