Hi - the tl:dr version is How suitable would the LimeSDR (probably the original, not mini) be as the basis of a QRP ham rig, now or in the foreseeable future?
I’ve been interested in ham radio for ages - bought a Bencher paddle in the 1970s while in high school, never got to the completion of the requirements for my amateur license. Do a lot of listening to SW, have numerous consumer SWL radios and have in the past had high-end shack general coverage receivers. Added SDR capabilities last year via a couple of dongles, a couple of the dongle-based boxes, now also an Airspy HF+. Considering the LimeSDR, but mostly interested in whether the LimeSDR is likely to as the core of a Flex-like rig. Yes, I searched and found the thread on “Ham HF 6m…” and have added myself to the interest list. Asking to see if those with much more knowledge than I have some insights for me…