DCC/TAPR video: HackRF – A Low Cost SDR Platform

Posted on Thursday, January 16th, 2014 in open source, RF, SDR, Videos by the machinegeek

In this talk from the 2013 Digital Communications Conference (DCC) co-sponsored by the ARRL and TAPR, developer Michael Ossmann discussed the origins and development of the HackRF Jawbreaker SDR transceiver. This is Michael’s first talk at an amateur radio oriented conference.

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  1. Bernd says:

    Here is, I believe, the correct link:

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