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Plug & Play projects provide integrated hardware + software SDR platforms, and packaged applications.

Component projects are for use by hardware designers and SDR developers.

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RAN Forum

The Myriad-RF Radio Access Network (RAN) Forum serves as a point of collaboration for next generation software-defined radio (SDR) access networks that are powered by open source technologies. The initiative grew out of an extended hackathon hosted by Lime Microsystems and BT, in partnership with key ecosystem technology providers and focused around the LimeSDR platform,…

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ScratchRadio

Entry level educational tools for introducing SDR technology on the Raspberry Pi platform. A Raspberry Pi 3 Model B running Raspbian Stretch is the recommended host configuration.

LMS8001 Companion

The LMS8001-Companion board provides a four channel, highly integrated, highly reconfigurable frequency shifter platform, utilising the LMS8001A integrated circuit. One of the possible applications is extending the RF frequency range of the LimeSDR platform up to 10 GHz.

LimeADPD

Power amplifiers (PA) are nonlinear devices and their linearisation is highly desired for a number of reasons. In case of radio frequency (RF) PAs, linearisation improves power efficiency and subsequently reduces running cost of the wireless infrastructure. Considering the PA performance for a given air interface, adjacent channel power ratio (ACPR) and error vector magnitude…

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FreeSRP

The FreeSRP is an open-source (hardware and software) platform for software-defined radio that is affordable, high performance, compatible with existing SDR software such as GNU Radio, and includes an expansion port for hardware add-ons. FreeSRP comes in a small, portable form factor (7 cm x 11 cm) that can be completely powered from USB. FreeSRP…

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Over The Air

Over The Air is Myriad-RF’s fortnightly round-up of the latest topics of interest to the wireless and software-defined radio (SDR) community. Curated by technology journalist Gareth Halfacree, each issue gathers together the most interesting developments from both industrial and hobbyist sectors while keeping readers up-to-date on the latest hardware and software releases on our platforms…

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pyLMS7002M

The pyLMS7002M Python package is platform-independent, and is intended for fast prototyping and algorithm development. It provides low level register access and high level convenience functions for controlling the LMS7002M chip and evaluation boards.

Front-end Modules

This project is concerned with creating RF front-end modules, such as PAs, LNAs and filters, that can be used together with an SDR platform in order to create a complete wireless solution.

LimeSDR

LimeSDR is a low cost, open source, apps-enabled software defined radio (SDR) platform that can be used to support just about any type of wireless communication standard; it can transmit and receive UMTS, LTE, GSM, LoRa, Bluetooth, Zigbee, RFID, and Digital Broadcasting, to name but a few.

Packaging

The Packaging project maintains packages (software/firmware) of hardware drivers, SDR frameworks such as GNU Radio and dependencies, plus key applications.

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