@andrewback Hi Andrew, I can understand what a difficult situation you have found yourself in and as you have most certainly have noticed I have been very positive in my comments and allowed others to interpret the information that you have kindly provided.I think though if you re-read your comments you may find them a, shall we say, a little different from what you intended to write. My own personal interpretation of what you said was that the software writer did not know how to use the software that he wrote. It came over very much as a HRD comment although I am very sure that it was not taken in that way. That, and you company saying that they were not aware of a problem until the 8th Feb despite being informed on the 23rd Jan of the same problem, was what made me choose the route which I reluctantly did.
I had originally looked at the Lime for two reasons, for 144MHz EME RX (and above) and also in real hope that you would produce a future version that would cover 10GHz. I will therefore continue to wish both yourself an Lime well and continue to monitor in hope that both of these can come to fruition.
I do have one very simple question, purely out of interest although quite honestly your reply to which may well get many people back on board. Many Hams do a simple test, lets call it a noise floor test as that is how they will understand it. If you apply a signal from a Signal Generator at what point does the signal disappear from SDR Consoles waterfall. I will stick with the SDR console waterfall based on you saying your engineers were testing with it. I was wondering if you could publish the -dBm figures for say 3.5Mhz, 7MHz, 28Mhz, 50Mhz and 144Mhz. Just a very quick down and dirty test but will tell a lot of hams a number which they can relate to in their head.
Again, Andrew, you have been most helpful in getting the information out on the Lime and for that I most certainly thank you.