Your article from the 18th February, 2014
LMS7002M announced and new module in the works
By Andrew Back
18th February, 2014
Last week Lime Microsystems launched their second generation field-programmable RF (FPRF) device, the LMS7002M. This improves on the tried and tested LMS6002D by providing a dual-transceiver which is 2×2 MIMO capable, with frequency coverage extended all the way down to 50MHz, and that is based on a 65nm CMOS process which gives reduced power consumption.
Just a few of the key features of the LMS7002M include:
• Continuous coverage from 0.05-3.8GHz
• Programmable RF modulation bandwidths of 0.1-108MHz
• Transceiver Signal Processor (TSP) integrated between digital converters and IQ interface
• 550mW typical power consumption in full 2×2 MIMO mode
For further details see the product page, which includes a link to a comprehensive datasheet.
As with the LMS6002D, Lime will be making detailed documentation for system designers available without the need for an NDA, such as a programming and calibration guide.
Are you, the creator and the builder
You specify above: "Continuous coverage from 0.05-3.8 GHz"
My LimeSDR is not delivered so you can easily make the appropriate changes to the product
I have never ordered a LImeSDR for optimum reception at 700 MHz!
But i placed order for a LimeSDR coverage of 100 KHz to 3.8GHz
I expect from you a fast solution so that the LimeSDR can operate in reception and in good conditions in the part of the spectrum HF from 100 KHz and that on two inputs of reception