Tom Azlin, N4ZPT
n4zpt at cox.net
Mon Feb 5 17:35:57 CST 2007
Those sound good. I will try to get a bunch of the ID-1s there at
Winterfest so we can running all these demos with the ID-1s that are
scattered across the fest.
Perhaps list a sequence of demos.
73, Tom n4zpt
A. Maitland Bottoms wrote:
> hal feinstein writes:
> > Two technology things come to mind
> > that people in the club seem interested in. First, software radio.
> > A couple of
> > people have been building these so they might make a good display.
> I've got a USRP, and with a laptop will be able to at least run some
> of the canned demos, such as receiving 2 FM broadcast stations at once.
> I'm going to attempt a "beacon" application that repeats a voice message
> on some 2m nbfm frequency - not sure how far that'll be heard with
> no power amp.
> > The second
> > is the DSTAR stuff. The DSTAR people might want to build up a small
> > network for Winterfest and make one of the nodes our table.
> My USRP will have 1.2 GHz, so I'll at least be able to communicate nbfm
> with ID-1s, and grab some spectrum plots of ID-1 DV and DD modes.
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