Hardware components include the original Reference Development Kit (RDK) that is comprised of the Myriad-RF 1 module and digital interface boards, alongside SDR platforms such as the LimeSDR family, and external modules which add PAs, LNAs and buffered GPIO etc.
Some components — for example, those which make up the RDK — are targeted at hardware engineers and low level system integration. While the LimeSDR family of boards offer a higher degree of integration and come with greater software support, with some applications requiring only the addition of a host computer.
Integrated systems build on the field proven LimeSDR platform to provide a fully standalone solution, with features such as a GPS disciplined oscillator (GPSDO) for high frequency accuracy and stability, Power-over-Ethernet, and touch screen and camera interfaces, in addition to integrated compute.
Software projects include SDR drivers, engineering tools, utilities, educational software and packaging initiatives. Much of this software is developed for use with LimeSDR platforms and systems based on them.
Working groups tend to be focused on higher level objectives, such as driving the adoption of open source technology in cellular networks.
Looking for LimeSDR drivers and applications? See the support page.