Oh. If you don't need to get rocket work done and you haven't played with
SDR before, then skip our meeting and go to Jared and Kenny's hack session


They will be excellent tutors and you'll get a solid foundation for our
further researches into GPS.

If you don't have time for that, we'll still be muddling along without them
from 6 to 7. :-)

On Aug 18, 2014 8:55 AM, "Jared Boone" <ja...@sharebrained.com> wrote:

> On Aug 18, 2014, at 8:47, Jamey Sharp <ja...@minilop.net> wrote:
> On that note, if anyone has any software-defined radio hardware, it'd be
> great if you could bring it at 6 pm tomorrow so more people can play with
> SDR techniques. I'd like people to get hands-on experience at this stage.
> That includes the cheap RTL-SDR USB TV tuners, any model of Ettus
> Research's USRP, or the new HackRF boards.
> Gah, looks like I've caused a conflict. Kenny and I signed up to do a hack
> session at PLUG's advanced topics meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) night, about
> the same time:
> http://www.pdxlinux.org
> So you have two local choices for getting up to speed on SDR tomorrow
> night. I could certainly come by at a later meeting and help with GNU Radio
> and various SDRs, too. Just not tomorrow night.
> - Jared
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