If it has been asked, I apologise, but I am now half blind, and I cannot see black text on a white background, and my browser wont allow my plugin to work on this forum properly, so I am kinda staring at the sun at the moment.
Í am an Ex-Military Electronics Technician - Communications. In Australia I am also an Advanced Amateur Radio Operator.
I have had my Aluminium cased LimeSDR for some time now, over a year or so.
I can see a lot of people doing a lot of various cool things with their kit on Youtube.
What I have not seen on Youtube is a full tutorial, on what every single option is in LimeSuite. If there is someone out there, who understands LimeSuite completely, I would honestly appreciate a full length video, on everything. I get a lot of whats going on, but there is a lot, that I have no clue on, and I am not about to go playing with stuff if I am going to VSWR my unit into magic smoke.
Also, if it hasn’t been addressed yet, my LimeSDR shows up as USB 2 under windows from memory, and USB 3 under Ubuntu.
Also, Snappy, am I looking in the wrong place, or have the proposed app store for LimeSDR just fizzled out or something, because I havent found anything.
Regardless, a full show and tell tutorial on LimeSuite itself would honestly be helpful, if there is one, please could someone point me to it, if not, could LMS put one together.
Also, whilst I am at it, I have tried to utilise the circuitboard to determine, which antennas belong to which RX/TX but as the unit in its Aluminium case is not numbered, I do not particularly want to wing it.
Also, I understand the requirement for extraneous power, hence the Y cables, but, has anyone developed an app yet that can be used with an android device and a power pack?
One more thing, before you have had enough of my questions but what ever happened to the proposed LMS8007 extension to 6GHz board that was on Crowd Supply. It would have allowed me to go toe to toe with my HackRF. With what, double to tripple the bandwidth. Which would be useful at Drone Racing Competitions for RF Management purposes.
Anyway, sorry to be a pain. Oh DARKMODE would be helpful. I havent checked LimeSuite in a while, but I just cannot see what I am even writing right now without special sunglasses on.