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Hack Chat Transcript, Part 3

A event log for Learning DSP and SDR Hack Chat

To the frequency domain, and beyond

Dan MaloneyDan Maloney 11/11/2020 at 21:070 Comments
perronemajr12:59 PM

I mean without

Chris Weiss joined the room.12:59 PM

Marc Lichtman12:59 PM
do you mean SDR hardware project?

Marc Lichtman1:00 PM
like community-lead open source hardware

OK, that was a jam-packed hour! Gonna be a chore to get this transcript posted, that's for sure. But that's a good problem to have. I want to thank Marc for being here today and for this informative and fun Hack Chat. I really appreciate the time today, Marc, thanks so much. And to everyone who attended, same to you -- you made this a great Hack Chat! Feel free to keep the chat going, of course - the Hack CHat is always here for you!

Don't forget that next week we have a Chat that was rescheduled from October:

Marc Lichtman1:00 PM
check out openhpsdr.org


https://hackaday.io/event/175236-harnessing-your-creativity-hack-chat

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Harnessing Your Creativity Hack Chat

Leo Fernekes will host the Hack Chat on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at noon Pacific Time. (Note that this is rescheduled from the original 10/14 date -- we had a little time zone snafu. -- ed) Time zones got you down? Here's a handy time converter!

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Marc Lichtman1:00 PM
Yeah glad to have hosted a Hack Chat!

manoeldesouza1:00 PM
Hello everyone. Are there SDR software dedicated for digital signals decoding?

Marc Lichtman1:00 PM
thanks for having me

Marc Lichtman1:00 PM
GNU Radio! =)

Jeffrey Forbes1:01 PM
Pulse NMR, Apply a transmitter pulse then receive the emitted signal

Collin Avidano1:01 PM
Thank you!

Aaron1:01 PM
Thanks Marc!!!

Marc Lichtman1:01 PM
GNU Radio has flowgraphs/blocks for many different comms protocols

Jeffrey Forbes1:01 PM
Thanks Marc

Simon joined the room.1:01 PM

Aaron1:01 PM
...and everyone else for their comments!

Marc Lichtman1:01 PM
Yeah I didn't realize this awesome community existed, I had just known about hackaday from the articles

manoeldesouza1:01 PM
Thanks. need to check that.

Chris Weiss1:01 PM
@Marc Lichtman - If you're asking about the user-side, ADSB/FlightAware has a lot of folks contributing radio telemetry of aircraft locations

fid1:02 PM
thank you @Dan Maloney and @Marc Lichtman I took notes and downloaded a few things.

kiggins.chris1:02 PM
Thanks marc! Github is the best way to keep the discussion then?

Marc Lichtman1:02 PM
feel free to check out the textbook, www.pysdr.org, I just recently finished the first version so there might be room for improvement, and I'm always looking for help

RoGeorge1:02 PM
@Marc Lichtman IMO, Open Hardware is more of a myth, it will never take of, like Open Software, so don't put much hope in an open HW SDR.

@fid -- I'll be posting a transcript in a few minutes in case you missed anything

Thomas Shaddack1:02 PM
how different (for learning the very basics) is DSP for audio and for rf?

Marc Lichtman1:02 PM
yeah email me at pysdr@vt.edu or use github https://github.com/777arc/textbook

perronemajr1:02 PM
@Jeffrey Forbes Thanks!

Chris Weiss1:02 PM
Oh, sorry, that was @Aaron 's question

Marc Lichtman1:02 PM
"how different (for learning the very basics) is DSP for audio and for rf?" tons of similarities

Marc Lichtman1:02 PM
but when you get into comms stuff its all new

fid1:03 PM
thanks @Dan Maloney

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