We have received the motherboards for both the LimeNET Mini and LimeNET Enterprise units. Read the full update.
Our campaign has officially ended. We just wanted to say a big thank you to our backers and all who have supported us throughout. In our view, wireless innovation has been limited by access to affordable, easy-to-use, maintainable and upgradeable hardware. Read the full update.
Welcome to the latest addition to the LimeNET family, LimeSIM, which is to be used in conjunction with LimeNET Gateway. The LimeNET Gateway, like all LimeNET systems is multi standard and provides connectivity to the nearest macro base station via 2G through to 4G air interface. Read the full update.
Vodafone, a key global operator, is backing LimeNET and supporting us to take our software defined radio technology mainstream with operator deployments. Read the full update.
Here's an overview of Lime's vision of what is possible using the LimeNET wireless platform. Read the full update.
In this update, we share some videos introducing OpenAirInterface and demonstrating its use with LimeSDR hardware to run and monitor an LTE stack streaming YouTube HD video content. Read the full update.
We were very fortunate to have a presentation at the BT / EE & Lime Micro hackathon on the Open Source Mobile Communications (Osmocom)project. Check out the video! Read the full update.
We have been hard at work to come up with the LimeNET Gateway so that our backers can have backhaul cellular connectivity. LimeNET Gateway box offers Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity backed up by a connection to any 2G, 3G, or 4G macrocell. Read the full update.
The BT / EE and Lime Micro Mini Hackathon hosted in London last week featured a series of excellent talks from partners, including one from Quortus head of product management, Paul Trubridge. This provided an introduction to their LTE EPC technology. Check out these video demos. Read the full update.
We are open sourcing our LTE (4G) physical layer routines. Check out this video demo of how this code can be used. Read the full update.
We have been hard at work since the start of the campaign in building numerous prototypes of our network-in-a-box solutions. Our most challenging platform, in terms of both the required performance and testing, is the wide-area network solution where we turn a high-end PC into a cellular network supporting many users over a large coverage area. Read the full update.
We’re excited to announce that Lime Micro have open sourced their implementation of adaptive digital predistortion (ADPD) for PA linearisation. This can be used with the LimeNET Base Station and other platforms based around the 4x4 MIMO LimeSDR-QPCIe board, to help meet wireless regulatory specifications, while also improving power efficiency and reducing running costs. Read the full update.
In this video you can see a quick demo of a LimeNET Mini being used together with the Osmocom GSM stack to create a self-contained GSM network. Read the full update.
This introductory video shows off the LimeNET hardware and adds a bit of context to what we hope to achieve. Read the full update.
British Telecom (BT) and EE are sponsoring a summer hackathon competition in partnership with Lime Micro. Let's see what you can do with LimeNET and LimeSDR! Read the full update.
We're currently in Taiwan with one of our manufacturing partners finalizing the details of the LimeNET product line. In parallel, we're in discussion with some key strategic partners about how they can contribute to LimeNET and make it even better for everyone. Read the full update.