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Class: Software Defined Radio

Description: Introduction to Software Defined Radio (SDR) is a brief overview of the concepts, basic equipment, and usages for beginners. The course will encompass an intro to GNURadio as well as other SDR related software and is the first in a series of classes exploring radio and signals theory.

Instructor: Joe Blankenship (

Materials: We'll provide the SDR (Make/Model: and a thumbdrive with a bootable Linux image (Kali) pre-installed with all the software you'll need to run the SDR.

Cost: Non-Members: $40 ($25 SDR + $15 fee)
Members: $25 (SDR)

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  • Joe B.

    Thanks for the link! Follow-up classes are definitely planned and we can definitely work this kind of antenna into either an advanced SDR class or the antenna theory class.

    2 · March 26, 2014

  • Ken E.

    Great class Joe, thanks again. Maybe we can do a follow on class to build better antennas. This article had a good design that we could knock-out in an evening.

    March 25, 2014

  • Ken E.

    Great intro class. I look forward to advanced topics in SDR.

    March 25, 2014

  • Darrell V.

    The class was very interesting. i learned you can pass all kinds of data by radio and even by audio. The instructor definitely knows the subject and is a good "speaker" (radio pun - haha)

    March 20, 2014

  • Joe B.

    I hope this works:

    This should cover all the materials for class except for the 1090 program which needs to be compiled manually (see the sites noted in the presentation for the details)!

    Thanks to everyone that attended; I really appreciate the input and questions. As soon as I get better acquainted with GNU Radio, I'll have a class dedicated to it.

    Take care and talk soon!

    1 · March 19, 2014

  • Joe B.

    Look forward to doing this again! If any one has ideas regarding additional class content, please let me know and I'll try to address them if not already included. Thanks!

    March 6, 2014

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