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= GNU Radio Amateur Radio meeting agenda =
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Barry Duggan is a graduate of Georgia Tech in Electrical Engineering and is a career computer programmer specializing in real-time control, data communication systems, and email security. He has been an amateur radio operator since 1953, and now devotes most of his time to the GNU Radio project. He is a member of the GRCon22 Organizing Committee.
  
As a result of the CRGon20 Breakout session on HamRadio, there seems to be a lot of enthusiasm for the formation of a monthly group meeting for those interested in using GNU Radio in amateur applications. So we have set up the following:
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summary of programming languages I have used:
 
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* FORTRAN
* On-line video meeting
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* COBOL
** a host / moderator will present a topic with a demonstration
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* Pascal
** BigBlueButton - https://demo.bigbluebutton.org/gl/der-7cg-cwt-ljw
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* assembly languages of various computers
** you can test your browser access at https://test.bigbluebutton.org/
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* C
** First meeting: Saturday 17 October 2020, 20:00 UTC
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* HTML5
** we will limit the session to one hour
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* CSS3
 
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* XML
The agenda for the first meeting follows.
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* JavaScript
 
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* JSON
== Introductions ==
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* node.js
 
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* Python
Host: Barry Duggan, KV4FV
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* PHP
 
 
Co-host: Derek Kozel, MW0LNA & K0ZEL
 
 
 
== Brief walk-through of Simulation example: FSK ==
 
 
 
https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/Simulation_example:_FSK
 
 
 
== Presentation of gr-RTTY-basics package ==
 
 
 
https://github.com/duggabe/gr-RTTY-basics<br>
 
https://github.com/duggabe/gr-webserver
 
 
 
=== Audio loopback demo ===
 
 
 
=== Live Over-the-Air demo ===
 
 
 
== Questions about demo ==
 
 
 
== Discussion about meeting format, time, etc. ==
 
 
 
* Should we continue?
 
* Was this a good format?
 
* How often should we meet?
 
* Should we skip the holidays?
 
* Notes about the meeting can be made on [[Talk:HamRadio]].
 
* The Ham Radio chat room on Matrix is available for continuing discussion.
 
** server: https://chat.gnuradio.org
 
** or via the Homeserver in a matrix app: gnuradio.matrix.ungleich.cloud
 
** room: #grcon-HamRadio:gnuradio.org OR #HamRadio:gnuradio.org (an alias)
 

Latest revision as of 13:36, 18 November 2021

Barry Duggan is a graduate of Georgia Tech in Electrical Engineering and is a career computer programmer specializing in real-time control, data communication systems, and email security. He has been an amateur radio operator since 1953, and now devotes most of his time to the GNU Radio project. He is a member of the GRCon22 Organizing Committee.

summary of programming languages I have used:

  • FORTRAN
  • COBOL
  • Pascal
  • assembly languages of various computers
  • C
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • XML
  • JavaScript
  • JSON
  • node.js
  • Python
  • PHP