The field programmable RF 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.
Lime will showcase numerous customer products and platforms based on its Field Programmable? (FPRF) transceivers for a wide variety of applications including wireless infrastructure, Software Defined radio and TV White Space, to name a few.
Lime will run demos of its highly integrated and low power FPRF product, LMS7002M, in conjunction with a newly developed FPGA design kit, STREAM. The kit contains Altera Cyclone IV FPGA with an extensive set of features and peripheral options such as USB 2/3, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI and MyriadRF connector.
Lime’s CEO, Ebrahim Bushehri, said, “We will be demonstrating a broad range of software defined wireless solutions from all across our application range. Our key partner platforms will be on hand to show the ways they are making use of our FPRF chipsets”.