Users of Lime Microsystems technologies, including the LimeSDR and LimeNET families, are invited to submit brief summaries of their projects and experimentations to highlight the breadth and diversity of the community in Lime's first Field Report Contest.
Software-defined RF front-end board coming to Crowd Supply soon, includes power amplification, filter, and support circuitry for real-world use-cases including amateur radio/satcom, cellular, and wideband radio networks.
Attendees to MWC 2019 will find Lime Microsystems in Hall 7 Stand 7J22, and also as part of the Telecom Infra Project in Hall 2.1 Stand 2.1B27Ex.
"Open Research Institute and Phase 4 Ground are honoured to be given the chance to put advanced software defined radio hardware like the LimeSDR Mini into the hands of active developers across the world," says ORI's Michelle Thompson of the hardware grant.
The latest on operators, community applications, the new LimeSDR Mini, and future innovation in wireless technology.
Available from $7,699 USD during the campaign, $8,099 if ordered before the first batch ships, or $8,499 thereafter.