"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…
Lime Microsystems chief executive and MyriadRF founder Ebrahim Bushehri is to give an hour-long presentation on how software-defined radio and commodity compute, combined with open source hardware and software, can open up radio access networks to all.
Lime Micro chief executive honoured among those who "have influenced and are influencing Open Technology whether through social media, their jobs, community contributions, policy or education" for his work on the LimeSDR family and founding of MyriadRF.
“There has been significant research and development in the UK covering the key aspects of 5G networks," says Lime Micro chief executive Ebrahim Bushehri of the partnership. "The work of 5GIC and AWTG, coupled with Lime’s radio technology, provides a leading-edge solution that capitalises on this visionary investment."
Lime Micro chief executive to present the LimeNET CrowdCell platform, and its potential to unlock the advantages of open radio access network (open RAN) infrastructure in the UK and beyond, at the virtual event on Tuesday the 20th of October 2020.
"This proof of concept opens the doors to many short-range RADAR applications using the emerging low power and low cost SDR technology," says student Victor Cai of his experimental software-defined radio project built around a LimeSDR Mini and GNU Radio.
LimeSDR Mini has proved particularly popular with digital amateur television (DATV) operators and is at the heart of the BATC Portsdown transmitter — a turnkey solution that makes DVB communication readily available to a wide community of radio amateurs — which is frequently used with QO-100, the world’s…
"Whether you’re a Ham radio operator, a network engineer, a mobile base station designer, a security auditor, or some other variety of SDR enthusiast," Yian IT says, "RadioSlate lets you do your thing, even if that thing requires you to go outside and walk around, get unusually close to transmitters and receivers, keep one hand free for other tasks, or manage all of the above without drawing undue attention to yourself."