Conference and Website

Hi everyone,
As you should be aware by now, we had our first GNU Radio Conference
last
week at the University of Pennsylvania. We had a great turnout, and a
lot of
fantastic interaction and participation by everyone there. A big THANK
YOU
to everyone who came and participated! It was a huge success! And thanks
to
the sponsors for helping put it together:
http://gnuradio.squarespace.com/gnu-radio-conference-2011/

We definitely plan on doing this annually, although due to some personal
circumstances, I will likely not be able to organize it like I did this
year. But I know others are stepping up. And while we held it in
September
of this year, if we hear back from enough people with issues, we can
think
about moving it. At least for Philadelphia, though, I think most people
would agree that we had great weather for the conference, which was one
main
reason it happened when it did. It also just about marked the end of my
first year leading the project.

Shortly, I will be putting up a survey for those who attended for
feedback
on the conference and what we can do next time.

Last night, I posted all of the presentations that I have on the
conference
website:
http://gnuradio.squarespace.com/grc2011-dates/

These are actually being hosted from gnuradio.org:
http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/GRConf2011

We also recorded audio from each presenter. Once I’ve properly formatted
and
edited them, I will put these online, too.

So thank you all again! Next year’s should be bigger and better, and I
hope
the great conversations we started this year continue on the mailing
list
and lead to amazing things for the next conference.

Regards,
Tom

Thank you, Tom, for organizing the conference. I certainly feel it was
successful, and look forward to next year’s. Beyond the presentations
– which it’s great to see up already – would it be possible to post
demos, or links to some repository containing the demos, that used GNU
Radio / GRC? I’m thinking specifically of Matt’s that allowed the user
to play with the channel for various encoder / decoder types – those
were really awesome & IMHO useful for anyone dealing with real-world
wireless communications. - MLD

On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Michael D. [email protected]
wrote:

Thank you, Tom, for organizing the conference. I certainly feel it was
successful, and look forward to next year’s. Beyond the presentations –
which it’s great to see up already – would it be possible to post demos, or
links to some repository containing the demos, that used GNU Radio / GRC?
I’m thinking specifically of Matt’s that allowed the user to play with the
channel for various encoder / decoder types – those were really awesome &
IMHO useful for anyone dealing with real-world wireless communications. -
MLD

Thanks for the reminder. Forgot about this last night. They are now
available as a tarball.

My plan is to make these into hierarchical blocks that will be put into
the
GNU Radio source code so that it’s easy for people to add a “radio
impairments” block to their simulations to compliment a channel
simulation.

Tom

On Sep 22, 2011, at 11:40 AM, Tom R. wrote:

Thanks for the reminder. Forgot about this last night. They are now available as
a tarball.

Awesome; thanks.

My plan is to make these into hierarchical blocks that will be put into the GNU
Radio source code so that it’s easy for people to add a “radio impairments” block
to their simulations to compliment a channel simulation.

Great idea! - MLD

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