Digi-Key Signs Up RFIC Company Lime Microsystems

Digi-Key Signs Up RFIC Company Lime Microsystems

Digi-Key has signed a global distribution agreement with Lime Microsystems, a manufacturer of field programmable RF transceivers for wireless broadband systems.
One of the first to come to market with a radio that has the capabilities to support a wide array of wireless protocols on a single chip, Lime Microsystems provides flexible radio designs available for customers looking to integrate into software-defined radio (SDR), small cell, and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications in a very wide range of frequencies. Open-source capability offers a large amount of support software and documentation.
“Field-programmable RF transceivers and open-source RF boards are both novel concepts in the RF sector and Digi-Key’s in-depth knowledge of the relevant markets allows our technology to be fully exploited by a wide community of designers. So, we’re delighted to have them on board,” said Ebrahim Bushehri, Lime Microsystems CEO.
“Having a partner with such a wide portfolio of products also allows us to advance our open-source concept, enabling users to take the freely available design files and edit them to create new designs using a vast array of components from Digi-Key,” he added.


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