Lime Microsystems is proud to announce its participation in a project for 5G cellular supply chain diversification as part of the UK Government's Future RAN (FRAN) efforts: a Secure 5G Platform using Novel, Efficient Wideband Power Amplifier (PA).
Latest enhancements to Portsdown, from British Amateur Television Club (BATC) chair Dave Crump (G8GKQ), offer an enhanced signal generator and a new band viewer - both fully compatible with the LimeSDR Mini.
Held at the University of Strathclyde this Thursday, the techUK workshop will look at everything from how SDR can help with spectrum sharing and the launch of 5G and 6G private cellular networks to using the technology to bring academic research to market.
Detailed report highlights the value of open source and the potential for open source hardware to have a revolutionary impact, explaining how the MyriadRF initiative exemplifies the desired approach to software-defined infrastructure in telecommunications and beyond.
Guildford UK, August 9th 2021 – Lime Microsystems, a leading provider of Field Programmable Radio and App enabled wireless networks, today named Santiago “Yago” Tenorio, Vodafone Fellow and Network Architecture Director at Vodafone, as its Chairman. Yago will lead the Board and the executive team, leveraging his deep knowledge of…
Lime Microsystems today announced its work to provide a complete 5G network in a box product called LimeNET, aligned with the Open RAN vision. The app-enabled LimeNET platform provides innovative and tailored cellular applications quickly and cost effectively. The applications cover all aspects of Radio Access Network (RAN) functionality and services from 5G-SA, NB-IoT to Enterprise applications.
"Bring your own network functions to the upcoming VNF onboarding hackfest," product manager Wajeeha Hamid writes, "to have hands-on experience of onboarding under the full-week supervision from OSM experts."
Lime Micro's chief executive suggests the "paradigm shift" of software-defined radio mixed with general-purpose processing "means that it is no longer necessary to be skilled in esoteric and highly proprietary technologies in order to build and maintain radio access networks," heralding explosive growth.
As of late 2019 anyone in the UK can obtain a licence from Ofcom to operate their own private or community LTE network via Shared Access spectrum. In the short video below we show how this is made easy using a CrowdCell that is based on Lime’s field…