LORAN code host location?

I’ve written a basic LORAN receiver in C using the USRP as a simple
A-to-D converter. I didn’t actually use any of the GNU Radio code, but
my company has agreed to let me release it under the GPL. I do think it
would be a good head-start for someone interested in LORAN. I would
like some suggestions on where to post it. The obvious location would
have been the CGRAN, but that site seems to be permanently down. At
least I’ve never been able to connect to it. Next up would be
code.google.com or source forge. Any suggestions/recommendations?

Thanks,
Rick Niles.

CGRAN is up, but the DNS entry has not been updated to the new IP
address. You can reach it at:

https://128.2.212.19/

Doug

On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 4:33 PM, Niles, Rick [email protected] wrote:


Doug G.
[email protected]

What Doug says is true. CGRAN is up, but we’re waiting on Eric to
update the DNS record. I didn’t know he was headed for vacation and
missed him by a day to update the record :\

Hopefully this helps! Sorry for the inconvenience.

  • George

On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 5:03 PM, Douglas G.

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