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Oct 20, 2017

LuaRadio FM Receiver Demo

Lua is designed to be a lightweight embeddable scripting language used in a variety of applications, including many network device web interfaces, VLC and MediaWiki scripting, and the user scripting interface for Adobe Photoshop – to name just a few. Thanks to the efforts of Vanya Sergeev, it can now also be used to create embeddable SDR applications via LuaRadio.

Coming up on a year ago, we shared details of LuaRadio support for LimeSDR and we’re pleased to say it can be used equally well with the LimeSDR Mini. To demonstrate this, Karl, installed LuaRadio on his laptop – which, owing to its minimal dependencies, took no time at all – and then ran up a wideband FM receiver example that displayed two plots and captured audio to a file.

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LimeSDR Mini

The LimeSDR Mini is the perfect way to start experimenting with and building your own wireless networks, protocols, and testers. Save $20 off the retail price.


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LimeSDR Mini with Aluminum Case

This custom-made aluminum case comes with a LimeSDR Mini and two antennas. The case not only keeps your LimeSDR Mini safe, but it also helps reduce noise interference. Perfect to slip into your pocket for all your on-the-go wireless adventures.


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LMS8001 Companion

This highly integrated, four-channel frequency-shifter can be used with all variants of the LimeSDR - from Mini and USB, to PCIe and QPCIe - to extend their frequency coverage up to 10 GHz.


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Acrylic Case

Keep your LimeSDR Mini safe in this custom acrylic case.


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Two Antennas

A pair of omni-directional antennas with SMA connectors, optimized for frequency ranges of 800-960 MHz, 1710-2170 MHz, and 2400-2700 MHz.

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Lime Microsystems

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


Ebrahim Bushehri

Jessica Gillingham

Andrew Back

Zack Tamosevicius

Richard Jonaitis

Josh Blum

Lexi Hatziharalambous

Karolis Kiela

Andy Chang

Ernie Shih

Ignas Skudrickas

Jurij Francuzov

Chris Holgate

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