I’m having a lot of trouble with my LimeSDR V1.4s.
I have not got a bare metal Linux machine atm so just wanted to get some spectrum displaying on a Windows machine.
On my Windows 7 64 bit ASUS i5 Ultrabook it will run as USB3 in Cubic but nothing above 100khz bandwidth.
I can use the Extio to run HDSDR at 30mhz bandwidth but it freezes every 5 - 30 minutes - again via USB3 (my Ultrabook only has USB3).
On my Windows 7 64 bit desktop i7 O/C I can’t get it to run at all via USB3 but HDSDR runs stable (via Extio) using USB2 at 30Mhz bandwidth.
Windows 10 Toshiba i3 laptop won’t run it at all via USB3. It runs at USB2 but in the background it is constantly being installed and uninstalled in the device manager.
Is it just that there is no real support for Windows and USB3 or does mine have problem ?
I have done all the updates via the latest Limesuite.
If I setup a bare metal Linux machine should that solve the USB issues ?
EDIT - I have had more success plugging the Lime direct into the USB rather than using a cable. So the cable may be suspect. I will order a new, shorter USB3 cable.