I am attending Dayton this year and it is good that I will not miss out
on learning more about SDR. I plan on bringing a good portion of my
listening shack, including my USRP, to monitor Radio Communications in
the area. My hotel is around 12 miles from Dayton International so
maybe I can pickup some 1090 MHz transmissions. The fun will be waking
up early to attend the sessions.
Friday Room 2
9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. TAPR Digital
Moderator: David Toth, VE3GYQ
Speakers:John Ackermann. N8UR; TAPR " Open Hardware Licence"
Steve Bible, N7HPR; Scott C., WA2DFI; HPSDR Update
John Ackermann,N8UR: Timing Projects
Matt E., N2MJI; GNURadio
Saturday Room 1
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Software Defined Radios
Open Source Software Defined Radios- the new wave in radio
The Future of radio is NOW and is moving forward at the speed of light!
Amateur radio operators are at the forefront of a technical revolution
in radio. In the foreseeable future, everyone will be able to configure
the â€˜front panelâ€™ of a, radio, spectrum analyzer, VNA, oscilloscope,
signal generator and more, all with the same hardware! Groundswell open
source amateur offerings of hardware and software ranging in price from
$29 to several hundreds of dollars are available. Come see what this
International excitement is all about, and win a Software Defined Radio!
(Must be present to win at end of presentations.)
Moderator: Eric Ellison,AA4SW
Speakers: Lyle J., KK7P; Introduction to the HPSDR-High Performance
Software Defined Radio Project.
Phil Harman,VK6APH, A Simple Approach to Learning Digital Signal
Jonathan Naylor,ON/G4KLZ; The ÂµWave SDR Hardware and Software.
Alex Shovkoplyas,VE3NEA; Rocky, a View From Inside and Out.