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''Note that Archived projects are those which are — as far as we are aware — no longer being manufactured and/or maintained, but that may still be in use and which also serve as useful points of reference.''
 
  
 
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Selected documentation for Lime Microsystems transceivers, plus the LimeSDR and LimeNET app stores, is also [[LimeMicro:Welcome|available on this wiki]].
 
  
 
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Revision as of 14:25, 21 December 2016

Myriad-RF is a family of open source hardware and software projects for wireless communications, and a community that is working to make wireless innovation accessible to as many people as possible. This wiki is used to organise detailed information for Myriad-RF projects, that should be useful to both end users and developers alike.

Over time it is hoped that this wiki may also become a useful resource for more general information related to SDR and wireless communications.

If you would like to have edit access in order to contribute please contact Andrew Back.

1 Community projects

1.1 Hardware

1.1.1 Archived

Archived projects are no longer being manufactured and/or maintained, but may still be in use and also serve as useful points of reference.

1.2 Software

1.3 Tools

2 Developer/engineer resources

3 Lime Micro documentation

Selected documentation for Lime Microsystems transceivers, plus the LimeSDR and LimeNET app stores, is also available on this wiki.