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DCC 2012: FlexRadio and SDR architecture

Posted on Tuesday, December 4th, 2012 in RF, SDR, talks by the machinegeek


At the 31th Annual ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference held last September in Atlanta, GA, FlexRadio VP Stephen Hicks N5AC gives an in depth presentation on SDR and its potential. He outlines his company’s new Flex 6000 series, a Linux based commercial product based on components used in government radios. While this is not an open source project, it’s still an interesting presentation on SDR from the commercial perspective.

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3 Responses to “DCC 2012: FlexRadio and SDR architecture”

  1. Avishay says:

    Is there a link to the presentation?

  2. Drone says:

    These FlexRadio Boxes are outrageously priced IMHO (only).

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