Software Defined Radio Online Course

We offer a complete suite of training courses on Software Defined Radio (SDR). Web-based course ONLY: PC running Windows with a high-speed Internet.

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Software Defined Radio attempts to place much or most of the complex signal handling involved in communications receivers and transmitters into the digital (DSP) style. In its purest form, and SDR receiver might consist simply of an analog-to-digital convert chip connected to an antenna.

All the filtering and signal detection can take place in the digital domain, perhaps in an ordinary personal computer. While there are still good reasons to use some analog components in high-performance gear, the SDR approach is becoming more common in Amateur Radio.

Software defined radio receiver

A High Performance SDR (HPSDR) - an open source (GNU type) hardware and software project intended as a 'next generation' Software Defined Radio. Talk given by Doug Smith, KF6DX, QEX Editor at Georgia Tech, March 10, 2003. Windows WMV format, 110 minutes.

FCC adopts rule changes to facilitate deployment of Software Defined Radio technology. The BORES Signal Processing DSP course - Introduction to DSP - is free of charge on line. Christophe Bourguignat, F4DAN, maintains categorized and annotated links to different software defined radio technologies.