LimeNET

by Lime Microsystems

A software-enabled network-in-a-box based on LimeSDR

View all updates Jun 15, 2017

Osmocom GSM Network Demo

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. That is to say, running a base transceiver station (BTS) with an SDR layer 1 implemented via the LimeSDR-USB board, plus a base station controller (BSC) and mobile switching center (MSC) etc. — all on the same compact system.

Of course, you could just as easily instead run only the BTS on the LimeNET Mini and have this connect to a BSC and other network functions running elsewhere. In addition to handling calls and text messages, it would also be possible to add the Osmocom PCU and SGSN etc. into the mix to provide a GPRS service for M2M and IoT etc. applications.

Andrew and the LimeNET Team


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Product Choices

$2,799

LimeNET Mini

A high-performance mini PC with an integrated and shielded internal LimeSDR USB micro Type-B, U.FL cables, and antennas. This hardware is fully qualified for compatibility with the LimeNET Ubuntu app store.


$269

LimeNET Gateway

A complete, certified, high-bandwidth cellular gateway that provides Wi-FI and Ethernet Internet connectivity backed by a connection to a 2G, 3G, or 4G macrocell. It provides users with downlink and uplink throughput of 150 and 50 Mbps, respectively, and can connect to any operator network with a SIM card (not included).

Credits

Lime Microsystems

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


Ebrahim Bushehri

Jessica Gillingham

Andrew Back

Zack Tamosevicius

Karolis Kiela

Ignas Skudrickas

Alex Gross

Lexi Hatziharalambous

Nayl Dsouza

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