In this video, Karl demonstrates the LimeSDR Mini being used together with a LattePanda — the tiny Windows 10 computer that features an Intel quad-core, 1.8 GHz processor — and the CubicSDR application. The 4 GB RAM/64 GB flash version of the LattePanda board was used with the optional 7” capacitive touch screen, bringing the total hardware cost to just over $300 (assuming campaign pricing for the LimeSDR Mini, and excluding power supply and antennas).
While we just had the boards sit on the workbench and with a simple 3D printed stand for the screen, it would be very cool indeed to see this hardware combination integrated into a smart, compact enclosure!
In related news, if you haven’t already, you should also check out Marty Wittrock’s videos showing the transmit capable SDRAngel being used with a LattePanda and the larger LimeSDR USB.
Andrew and the LimeSDR Mini Team