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Collaboration develops software-defined cellular radio platforms

Collaboration develops software-defined cellular radio platforms
In order to develop software-defined cellular radio platforms that support Vodafone's OPEN RAN vision, Lime Microsystems will collaborate with Vodafone Group. The app-enabled LimeNET platform aims to bring together a large community of developers to provide innovative and tailored cellular applications more quickly and cost effectively than today. The applications are aiming to cover all aspects of Radio Access Network (RAN) functionalities and services on top, ranging from 4G, NB-IoT to Enterprise specific applications.
19th July 2017

Hackathon created for wireless network applications

Hackathon created for wireless network applications
  British Telecom (BT) and EE have partnered with Lime Micro to run a competition and Hackathon weekend aimed at creating next generation applications for wireless networks.
5th June 2017

Crowd fund campaign brings radio technology to the mainstream

Crowd fund campaign brings radio technology to the mainstream
In a bid to take its software defined radio technology mainstream is open to backers from today, Lime Microsystems has announced its crowd fund campaign - running on Crowd Supply. Lime’s campaign builds on the LimeSDR modules, which last year achieved it’s goal with over 4,000 pledges. The three new platforms for developers, enterprise networks and carriers uses among the most advanced radio technologies to dramatically cut the cost of wireless innovation, and change the way networks are developed.
26th May 2017


Customised software defined radio chip supports all wireless standards

Customised software defined radio chip supports all wireless standards
A manufacturing partnership for the LimeSDR product line with Advanced Semiconductor Engineering has been announced by Lime Micro. As part of the agreement, all the LimeSDR boards pledged during the crowdfunding campaign and any boards bought before the end of September, will have a customised ‘I backed LimeSDR on Crowd Supply’ logo on the LMS7002M Lime chip.
31st August 2016

Open source project delivers cloud economics

Open source project delivers cloud economics
A provider of open source Software Defined Radio products for 2G to 5G wireless networks, Lime Micro, announces its collaboration with the CORD Project for a Proof of Concept (POC) on the Mobility Data Center (M-CORD). The work targets a number of applications including rural area coverage and use cases for Mobile Edge Computing.
4th August 2016

Telecomms enterprises invited to certification programme

 Telecomms enterprises invited to certification programme
  An innovation certification programme for enterprises wishing to build knowledge and understanding of the LimeSDR app-enabled software defined radio (SDR) has been launched by Lime Microsystems.
29th June 2016

LimeSDR crowd-funding ends with over 120% pledged

LimeSDR crowd-funding ends with over 120% pledged
Lime Microsystems has revealed that the crowd-funding campaign to bring its LimeSDR software defined radio platform into full-scale production has been a resounding success with over 120% of the goal pledged at the end of campaign. $610,659 has been raised so far and this continues to rise. The campaign, hosted on Crowd Supply, was created to fund the final stages of development and mass production of the LimeSDR platform which will now go ahead.
23rd June 2016

Ubuntu App Store announced for LimeSDR developed applications

Ubuntu App Store announced for LimeSDR developed applications
Lime Micro has revealed that Ubuntu are putting together an App Store for LimeSDR that can be accessed once the LimeSDR crowd funding campaign successfully reaches its $500,000 pledge goal. The Snappy Ubuntu App Store will ensure the SDR apps developed with the LimeSDR board are downloadable and those developed by Lime remain completely open-sourced.
20th June 2016

Eurecom selected in joint Lime, Ubuntu wireless network development

Eurecom selected in joint Lime, Ubuntu wireless network development
Eurecom and Lime Micro has announce that OpenAirInterface, has been selectedas part of a fully programmable mobile network capability launched last month by Lime Micro. The new network capability, itself a collaboration between Lime and Canonical, two of the UK’s leading open source technology innovators, will dramatically change the way mobile networks are built in the future.
14th June 2016

Quortus selected in joint Lime, Ubuntu wireless network

Quortus selected in joint Lime, Ubuntu wireless network
Quortus and Lime Micro have announced that the Quortus EdgeCentrix (ECX) technology has been selected as part of a fully programmable mobile network capability launched last month by Lime Micro. The new network capability, itself a collaboration between Lime and Canonical will dramatically change the way mobile networks are built in the future.
24th May 2016

EE backs Lime Microsystem’s crowdfunding campaign

EE backs Lime Microsystem’s crowdfunding campaign
Lime Micro has announced that EE is backing the LimeSDR initiative to bring the LimeSDR software defined radio platform into full-scale production. EE are signing up for a 100-unit bundle of LimeSDR kit through the crowd-funding campaign hosted on the Crowd Supply platform. The campaign aims to raise $500,000 to fund the final stages of development and mass production of the LimeSDR platform.
20th May 2016

Crowd-funding initiative to take LimeSDR platform into mass production

Crowd-funding initiative to take LimeSDR platform into mass production
Lime Microsystems has announced the launch of a crowd-funding campaign to bring their LimeSDR software defined radio platform into full-scale production. The campaign, hosted on the Crowd Supply platform, aims to raise $500,000 to fund the final stages of development and mass production of the LimeSDR platform.
3rd May 2016

Lime Microsystems & ZyXEL are to collaborate

Lime Microsystems and ZyXEL are to collaborate in developing open source implementations for next-gen wireless mobile networks. The collaboration between Lime and ZyXEL is an important milestone in the adoption of open source ideology by major corporations. It is envisaged that this collaboration will lead to a more diverse, creative and cooperative way of developing technology and that this will result in greater interoperability and scalability in the deployment of wireless mobile networks.
3rd September 2015

Lime & Airbus develop robust Galileo GNSS receiver

Partly funded by Innovate UK (formerly the Technology Strategy Board), Lime Microsystems and Airbus D&S have announced joint development of robust GNSS products. Airbus D&S is using Lime’s Field Programmable RF (FPRF) transceiver technology to develop a robust timing receiver that exploits signals from the new Galileo satellite navigation constellation.
18th August 2015

Next-gen FPRF transceivers on show at Mobile World Congress

At this year's Mobile World Congress Shanghai, Lime Microsystems will demonstrate products including 2/3/4G wireless technologies and open source mobile communications systems for current and emerging applications. The event take splace from 15th to 17th July.
13th July 2015

Lime demonstrate next-gen FPRF at Mobile World Congress

Lime demonstrate next-gen FPRF at Mobile World Congress
At this year’s Mobile World Congress, Lime Microsystems will demonstrate 2G, 3G and 4G wireless technologies and open source mobile communications systems for current and emerging applications. Lime will showcase numerous customer products and platforms based on its FPRF (Field Programmable‎ Radio Frequency) transceivers for applications including wireless infrastructure, SDR and TV white space.
23rd February 2015

RF dual transceiver covers commercial & military bands

RF dual transceiver covers commercial & military bands
The LMS7002M, a 2nd gen Field Programmable Radio Frequency (FPRF) device which features dual transceivers that cover the frequency range of 0.1-3800MHz, has been released by Lime Microsystems. Alongside the cellular bands used in 2G, 3G and 4G networks, the programmable, low power chip covers many commercial and military bands. Enabling flexibility, parameters such as gain and filter bandwidth are in-system programmable.
26th November 2014

Open source SDR uses Lime Microsystems field programmable RF chip

Lime Microsystems has today announced that its LMS6002D field programmable RF chip has been adopted for Nuand’s bladeRF, a Kickstarter funded open source software defined radio. Following Myriad RF and Fairwaves, this is the third open source RF board to have been launched in 2013 and marks the technology’s move into the mainstream.
23rd July 2013

Lime Micro Announces Deal With Europraxis

Lime Micro Announces Deal With Europraxis
Lime Micro has just announced a deal with Europraxis that will see its open source Myriad RF platform and its field programmable transceiver put in front of all EU universities. The company is hoping this will vastly increase both RF skills in graduates and the number of people innovating wireless systems.
28th May 2013

Interlligent To Supply Lime With Test And Measurement Equipment

Interlligent To Supply Lime With Test And Measurement Equipment
Lime Microsystems has signed a deal with Interlligent RF & MW Solutions to use the company's latest test and measurement technology in the development of its field programmable RF transceiver ICs. Lime will use Interlligent to further its development of software configurable transceivers. Its current LMS6002D FPRF transceiver operates on all variants of existing mobile communication standards (2G, 3G, LTE, WiMAX) and frequencies (0.3-3.8GHz).
3rd April 2013


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