2011 DCC – Practical Software Radio

Posted on Saturday, March 3rd, 2012 in open source, RF, talks by the machinegeek

This talk is from the 2011 Digital Communications Conference (DCC) held last September in Baltimore, MD. The speaker is Matt Ettus who heads up Ettus Research, manufacturers of the USRP family of SDRs. His talk is an in depth technical explanation of “Why Things Don’t Always Match the Textbooks” in SDR. Matt is affiliated with the open source GNU Radio Project, and hold Amateur Radio License N2MJI.

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One Response to “2011 DCC – Practical Software Radio”

  1. rsdio says:

    Useful. The content was largely basic, but the coverage went deep enough to reveal a few juicy details.

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