Mobile World Congress was busier than ever with the launch of Lime Micro's revolutionary personal computing and wireless platform, LimeNet. As well as rolling demo's of Lime’s highly integrated, low power FPRF products incorporating the LMS7002M, the new LimeSDR module proved popular on the Ubuntu stand. Lime’s CEO, Ebrahim Bushehri, said, “Mobile World was a great success. Our new LimeNet family of solutions proved incredibly popular with suppliers, developers and customers. When commodity wireless access [...]
A short video explaining the context and application of Lime field programmable chipsets. Chips, such as the LMS7002, deliver a means for cloud-based applications to capture and process this information, and for operators to implement and deploy networks quickly, at low cost.
The field programmable RF (FPRF) chip developer Lime Microsystems will demonstrate products including 2/3/4G wireless technologies and Open Source mobile communications systems for current and emerging applications at this year’s Mobile World Congress Shanghai. Lime will showcase numerous customer products and platforms based on its FPRF transceivers for a wide variety of applications including wireless infrastructure, Software Defined Radio and TV White Space. The Lime Microsystems booth – located at [...]
An introductory overview of Software Defined Radio (SDR) is given by Schuyler St. Leger at Desert Code Camp at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. This edited highlight focusses on the young man’s use of the BladeRF using LMS6002D. You can watch the full, very impressive presentation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWfU1...
We were lucky enough to meet with Dan Miller last week. Dan is one of Lime's Field Application Engineers. He took time out to explain some of the emerging FPRF applications and in particular the ways in which Lime's LMS6002D field transceiver, in combination with the Ubuntu OS, is facilitating them.
This is taken from an Altera video made at Milcom 2014 featuring Lime’s CEO Ebrahim Bushehri discussing applications for their programmable RF chipsets, Altera FPGAs and Enpirion PowerSoCs.
Lime partner, Eurecom, at MWC explaining how they make use of the Lime chipset.
Lime CEO, Ebrahim Bushehri, talking with Altera's Dwayne Snyder at Milcom 2014 in Baltimore.
LMS7002M priced at $110 in sample quantities, and $63 for quantities of 5,000 units. Lime Microsystems has again shaken up the RF market by commencing shipping the second generation Field Programmable Radio Frequency (FPRF) devices. The FPRF contains dual transceivers that cover the frequency range 0.1 to 3800 MHz. The fully programmable, low power chips cover all the cellular bands used in 2G, 3G and 4G networks, as well as many commercial [...]
15 October 2014, London, UK: The field programmable RF chip developer Lime Microsystems has won a coveted British Engineering Excellence Award (BEEA). Lime Microsystems CEO Ebrahim Bushehri accepts the award The winners were revealed at a lunch event held at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London on 9 October. Lime was awarded Small Company of the Year, sponsored by D Young and Co LLP. The judges said of Lime, “With [...]