LimeNET Micro

by Lime Microsystems

A software-defined radio platform with integrated processor for creating self-contained wireless networks

View all updates Nov 13, 2018

GSM Demo with EMF Camp Network Core

Back in August, Lime provided 16x base stations for use in creating a GSM network at the bi-annual festival for those with an inquisitive mind or an interest in making things, EMF Camp. The low cost and eminently compact solution that was put together for the event was based around the combination of Raspberry Pi 3 and LimeSDR Mini — hence a close relation to the LimeNET Micro, albeit not as highly integrated and without the benefit of OCXO, GPS, and PoE etc.

In this video, EMF Camp’s Sam Machin gives a quick demo of a LimeNET Micro connected to the same GSM network core that was used for the event, showing a call set up between two handsets.

Andrew and the LimeNET Micro Team

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Product Choices


LimeNET Micro

LimeNET Micro - the perfect way to start experimenting with and building your own wireless networks, protocols, and testers. Complete with a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3.


Acrylic Case for LimeNET Micro

Keep your LimeNET Micro safe in this custom acrylic case which features a fan and heatsink for the Compute Module. This pledge level is for the case kit only. LimeNET Micro and antennas not included.


LimeNET Micro with Aluminum Kit

This kit comes with a custom-made plastic and aluminum case, a LimeNET Micro, a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (pre-loaded), and two antennas. The case not only keeps your LimeNET Micro safe, but it also helps reduce noise interference. Perfect to slip into your bag for all your on-the-go wireless adventures. This is at least a $30 savings over the post-campaign price.


Multi-band 4G/3G/2G Monopole Antenna

From the Crowd Supply Basics project.

A TG.09 4G/3G/2G cellular hinged SMA(M) mount monopole antenna.


Adapter for Classic Raspberry Pi

A small SO-DIMM form factor board plus ribbon cable to enable use of a classic/consumer Raspberry Pi with the LimeNET Micro.


Lime Microsystems

Working toward the democratization of wireless communication through an open source ideology.

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