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Author Topic: The SDR Institute project. An interesting new non-profit educational endeavor.  (Read 1986 times)
K4LCD
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« on: April 29, 2013, 05:24:15 AM »

Please visit: http://SDR-Institute.org

The SDR Institute project promotes education in science and technology of the youth of the world by empowering individual radio amateurs, and clubs to make demonstrations of Software Defined Radio communications at secondary schools, colleges and universities.


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Juan /K4LCD
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SWL2002
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« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2013, 05:47:35 AM »

Please visit: http://SDR-Institute.org

The SDR Institute project promotes education in science and technology of the youth of the world by empowering individual radio amateurs, and clubs to make demonstrations of Software Defined Radio communications at secondary schools, colleges and universities.


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Juan /K4LCD


What exactly are your qualifications as far as SDR goes?
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« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2013, 07:58:08 AM »

Please visit: http://SDR-Institute.org

The SDR Institute project promotes education in science and technology of the youth of the world by empowering individual radio amateurs, and clubs to make demonstrations of Software Defined Radio communications at secondary schools, colleges and universities.


73,

Juan /K4LCD


What exactly are your qualifications as far as SDR goes?


Great idea, Juan. Gathering together resources and knowledgeable participants for a common goal of promoting amateur radio by leveraging the cutting edge. Piqueing the interest of youth who may already be involved in software and hardware development. This could serve to help bring amateur radio out of grandpa's den and into the high-tech spotlight where it belongs today. Kudos.





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