LimeSDR Mini 4 sale with Test Results

$200 + shipping for limesdr-mini only
$300 + shipping for everything in this post and the one below it.
does those prices sound correct?
paypal.
i cant figure out how to send to china so North America only please unless you can provide simple instructions.
i could not figure out how to send this item to hong kong (im sorry to whoever you were).
thanks

here is some info on the device

ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ Lime
LimeQuickTest LimeSuiteGUI LimeUtil
ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ LimeQuickTest
[ TESTING STARTED ]
->Start time: Fri Mar 25 21:55:40 2022
->LimeSuite version: 20.10.0+dfsg-5

->Device: LimeSDR Mini, media=USB 3.0, module=FT601, addr=24607:1027, serial=1D3BD0C4F0CDFF, HW=1, GW=1.30
Serial Number: 1D3BD0C4F0CDFF
Chip temperature: 34 C

[ Clock Network Test ]
->REF clock test
Test results: 56829; 4490; 17687 - PASSED
->VCTCXO test
Results : 6710988 (min); 6711153 (max) - PASSED
->Clock Network Test PASSED

[ FPGA EEPROM Test ]
->Read EEPROM
->Read data: 12 03 10 12 03 10 02
->FPGA EEPROM Test PASSED

[ LMS7002M Test ]
->Perform Registers Test
->External Reset line test
Reg 0x20: Write value 0xFFFD, Read value 0xFFFD
Reg 0x20: value after reset 0x0FFFF
->LMS7002M Test PASSED

[ RF Loopback Test ]
->Configure LMS
->Run Tests (TX_2 → LNA_W):
CH0 (SXR=1000.0MHz, SXT=1005.0MHz): Result:(-31.9 dBFS, 5.00 MHz) - FAILED
->Run Tests (TX_1 → LNA_H):
CH0 (SXR=2100.0MHz, SXT=2105.0MHz): Result:(-17.6 dBFS, 5.00 MHz) - PASSED
->RF Loopback Test FAILED

=> Board tests FAILED <=

Elapsed time: 2.46 seconds

Segmentation fault (core dumped)
ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ LimeUtil --info
######################################################

LimeSuite information summary

######################################################

Version information:
Library version: v20.10.0+dfsg-5
Build timestamp: 2022-01-24
Interface version: v2020.10.0
Binary interface: 20.10-1

System resources:
Installation root: /usr
User home directory: /home/ubuntu
App data directory: /home/ubuntu/.local/share/LimeSuite
Config directory: /home/ubuntu/.limesuite
Image search paths:

  • /home/ubuntu/.local/share/LimeSuite/images
  • /usr/share/LimeSuite/images

Supported connections:

  • FT601
  • FX3
  • PCIEXillybus

ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ uname -a
Linux ubuntu 5.15.0-22-generic #22-Ubuntu SMP Tue Feb 8 10:16:30 UTC 2022 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish (development branch)
Release: 22.04
Codename: jammy
ubuntu@ubuntu:~$





I also have 4 dvb-t rtlsdr devices.
3 are R820T2
1 is E4000 (pretty rare).
i have alot my RF stuff if someone is interested i will take pictures and list it all.
just havent been using it lately.

here is a video i made showing it working.
limesdr-mini working video

here are some of the other items that i would like to package with it.

the attenuators are 6db, 10db and 15db





i changed the price just for limesdr mini only to $200 + shipping.
that is a really good deal.
thanks

i wont go any lower then that as i will just keep it instead.

btw i was doing some reading and i found this
is this true?

he says everything is ok as long as long as its more then -40dBFS. is this true?
thanks

I’m possibly interested in your whole kit including some of the other rf stuff you mentioned. Since I’m new to the forum, I may not be able to DM you yet. Can you make a quick list of the other RF stuff you’re thinking of selling?

most the rf stuff is listed above your post you just made. i think post #2 that shows the rtlsdr stuff but i also have some more stuff such as arduino uno and a micro controller and a couple dc motors.
i used it awhile back for a sat dish project i was working on.
which worked great!

i replied to your email you sent me.

this was a project that turned out pretty good.
i did way more than what is in that video.
poormans sat dish power meter for dish network / direct tv

for the rtlsdr devices i also had something really cool going on with those but not sure if i can find any videos i made. i will look

Are you able to private message me to coordinate details? (I think Discourse has automated trust mechanisms that require a threshold of forum activity before I can send you a message).

My background: I did a bunch of OpenBTS tinkering 10 years ago but haven’t touched SDRs since. I want to get back into the game!

hello there, still available? you can pm me