All the PCBs and components for the next manufacturing run have been delivered to the assembly house. However, there was a delay in scheduling assembly. It was originally planned for this week, but is now scheduled for the second week in November. Read the full update.
Unfortunately we encountered delays with some of the components for the next LimeSDR Mini 2.0 manufacturing run. However, we are pleased to report that the components are now scheduled for delivery in early September, with manufacturing to commence soon after. Read the full update.
The first batch of LimeSDR Mini 2.0 boards have been manufactured, tested, and delivered to our UK headquarters. We're delighted to say that there are enough to fill all orders placed to date, both during the campaign and subsequently. In the next few days, we will be packaging boards individually and then shipping them in bulk to Crowd Supply's warehouse for final delivery to backers. Read the full update.
We are pleased to report that production test has been set up and we have all of the components with the exception of the FPGAs, which were dispatched last week and should be with the assembly house later this week. Read the full update.
Back in 2017 we demonstrated how you could use a LimeSDR Mini v1 with the Osmocom Cellular Network Infrastructure stack to create a low-cost GSM network. In this latest video we demonstrate a LimeSDR Mini v2 being used with the open source srsRAN software to create a private 4G mobile network complete with network core. Read the full update.
With the LimeSDR Mini 2.0 campaign having drawn to a close, the team would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has backed the campaign. Read the full update.
We've been asked whether applications which were used with the first version of LimeSDR Mini would also work with LimeSDR Mini 2.0. The answer to which is, yes, the LimeSDR Mini 2.0 uses the exact same LMS7002M transceiver, Lime Suite software, and API as the v1 board, and, in fact, the whole LimeSDR family of boards. Read the full update.
Lime Microsystems and Enjoy-Digital are expanding our collaboration with the launch of LimeSDR Mini 2.0. The FPGA switch from Intel MAX10 to Lattice ECP5 brings with it new opportunities to use open source toolchains and frameworks for the FPGA implementation. Read the full update.