Lime AC Case

by HackerGadgets

An active-cooling aluminum enclosure for the LimeSDR product family

View all updates Dec 02, 2019

Thank You

We would like to thank you all for your interest and huge support for the Lime AC Case. We would not have made it without your help.

We started this project cause we found some pain points when using the LimeSDR products. This campaign’s success has shown us we are not the only ones who noticed these issues. And we have received a lot of useful suggestions from the community.

For example, Andrew (with Lime Microsystems) told us that removing the RF shield may affect the RF performance after we posted the news on the forum. We take this seriously and found a solution. We value your suggestions, so if you have any other suggestions don’t be hesitate to tell us by using the "Ask HackerGadgets a technical question" function.

We are moving to the next step: the production process. We will keep you updated about the process, so stay tuned and thank you again for your support!

Thanks,
HackGadgets Team


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Product Choices

$79

Lime AC Mini Case

An aluminum case for LimeSDR Mini, including one fan.


$199

LimeSDR Mini

From the LimeSDR Mini project.

The LimeSDR Mini is the perfect way to start experimenting with and building your own wireless networks, protocols, and testers.


$129

Lime AC Tetra Case

An aluminum case for LimeSDR USB Type-A, with one fan and 12 U.FL-to-SMA cables. This case allows for all on-board RF and CLK lines to be externally available.


$315

LimeSDR USB Type-A

From the LimeSDR project.

The LimeSDR is based on Lime Microsystem’s latest generation of field programmable RF transceiver technology, combined with FPGA and microcontroller chipsets. These connect to a computer via USB 3 with a Type-A connector. LimeSDR then delivers the wireless data and the CPU provides the computing power required to process the incoming signals, and to generate the data to be transmitted by the LimeSDR to all other devices.

Credits

HackerGadgets

HackerGadgets is an open electronic hardware design team based in Guangzhou, China. We focus on open source hardware, including consulting on embedded systems design and hardware manufacturing. HackerGadgets is passionate and actively committed to Open Source projects and electronics education.


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