LimeNET

by Lime Microsystems

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

View all updates Jun 30, 2017

Quortus LTE EPC Presentation and Demo

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, which is available in configurations suited to individual developers through to large scale deployment.

The day concluded with a series of live demos, including one from Quortus software consultant Ramesh Vasudevamurthy. This took us all the way from installing the low cost Pocket EPC — a minimal, incredibly easy to configure variant targeted at individual developers — via a snap created in partnership with Ubuntu, before then configuring this for use with the Amarisoft eNodeB. Finally, we can see a speed test which shows some pretty impressive throughput!

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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