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lecture: QRPi

Whispering Raspberries


Using only a fraction (0.1 W) of your mobile phones RF transmission power (~2W) it is possible to make successful long distance data transfer on the HF ham band. Nobel laureate scientist and HAM operator Joe Taylor, K1JT developed WSPR digital transmission mode based on his radio astronomy experiences. WSPR so shocking that most of the users simply cannot believe it's works until they try it! That was the main reason behind my development to give an inexpensive and simple tool to ham users, electronic enthusiasts and students on their basic SDR transmission experimenting. As this depends on SDR bases meanwhile the software "upgraded" under the hardware so now it's possible to generate SSB, AM and FM modulation as well in the 20 meter band.

Note: this event was cancelled.


Day: 2016-08-19
Start time: 16:00
Duration: 00:15
Room: Klapka



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