Who Uses GNU Radio?

My research group is new to GNU Radio and I like to know what groups out
there are using this. I’m aware that there’s the ORBIT testbed in
Rutgers
University and the work by University of Paderborn Computer Networks
group.
If you happen to know more or are aware of what websites are useful for
me,
please let me know.

Jeremy Chew

On Monday 09 October 2006 04:10, Jeremy Chew wrote:

My research group is new to GNU Radio and I like to know what groups out
there are using this. I’m aware that there’s the ORBIT testbed in Rutgers
University and the work by University of Paderborn Computer Networks group.
If you happen to know more or are aware of what websites are useful for me,
please let me know.

We are using GNURadio for several things here. We don’t really have any
documentation out there, though. You can try Marcus L.'s radio
astronomy
website (www.propulsionpolymers.com/radioastronomy) for more
information on
the gr_radio_astronomy module, though.

Lamar Owen
Director of Information Technology
Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute
1 PARI Drive
Rosman, NC 28772
(828)862-5554
www.pari.edu

I was once asked to justify expenditures on GNU Radio based projects.
So, I began compiling a list of known GNU Radio projects, and I used
this list to show that GNU Radio is of interest to a lot of folks who
are doing interesting things. I created this list by reading the
mailing list traffic, and writing down names associated with projects.
I had plans to turn this list into a “Who’s Who in GNU Radio” that would
be put up on the wiki, and edited by the community to ensure
correctness. Ideally, someone would build a database out of this
information so that an interested party could search by technology or
name or institution etc… However, I haven’t had the time to do that.

I’ve attached the list with no guarantee of correctness. I hope it
helps, but caveat emptor.

On Monday 09 October 2006 12:18, Lee P. wrote:

I’ve attached the list with no guarantee of correctness. I hope it
helps, but caveat emptor.

The www.lamarowen.net site is currently under reconstruction; so for now
the
link in your file is not valid. Sorry. I’ll get that stuff back up
once I
get plone running on lamarowen.net.

Lamar Owen
Director of Information Technology
Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute
1 PARI Drive
Rosman, NC 28772
(828)862-5554
www.pari.edu

My lab at UND has been using GR for a couple of years, but we’re
finally getting -paid- to do so now - and thus our usage should take
off in the next few months & year. See < http://sdr.nd.edu/ > for my
group’s info. We’re in the process of updating that WWW site, though
the final product will likely not be publicly available until early
next year. My personal WWW GR space is at < http://www.nd.edu/
~mdickens/GNURadio/ >. - MLD

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