• [KB6NU] Interesting stuff from my inbox: SDR workship, Indian lighthous

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    Interesting stuff from my inbox: SDR workship, Indian lighthouse
    activation, NIST emcomm software

    Posted: 05 Sep 2021 12:21 PM PDT http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/kb6nu/tVpu/~3/r0ju0vKKRDM/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email

    I get a lot of interesting  things in my inbox. Here are three of the latest..Dan

    SDR Workshop using the ADRV9002 Integrated RF Transceiver and GNU Radio

    Attendees of this webinar will learn about:

    The ADRV9002 Wideband Transceiver
    An introduction to development tools for ADRV9002, including the DataStorm
    DAQ FPGA platform
    How to setup the software environment for ADRV9002 applications on a
    Windows PC
    A Demonstration of GNU Radio working with DataStorm DAQ and the ADRV9002

    AT8KLH Kappu lighthouse Expedition

    I love  lighthouses, as you know. Heres a video on the activation of one of Indias 185  lighthouses.

    NIST public safety communications software

    The National Institute for Science and Technology does a lot of research on emergency communications, and its software is available for download. On
    this page, youll find software theyve developed in their research,

    Public Safety Communications Simulation Tool. The psc-ns3 repository
    supports research on public safety communications and beyond. The Long Term Evolution (LTE) module has been extended to support device-to-device (D2D)
    and UE-to-Network relay communication and a new psc module has been added containing a Mission Critical Push-to-Talk (MCPTT) application, a new HTTP application, and a UAV mobility energy model. Ongoing work includes New
    Radio and V2X extensions.
    Use Case Reference Model Database. NIST’s Atlas is a use case reference
    model database that explores how to provide meaningful cyber security
    guidance for public safety mobile applications. This database provides information on the use and security of software by proposing use case
    scenarios as a proxy for the system at the center of the NIST Risk
    Management Framework.
    Mission Critical Voice Quality of Experience Mouth-to-Ear Latency
    Measurement Method. The purpose of this software is to measure the
    mouth-to-ear (M2E) latency of a push-to-talk network. M2E latency
    characterizes the time between speech input into one communications device
    and its output through another. M2E latency has been identified as a key
    metric of quality of experience (QoE) in communications. NIST’s Public Safety Communications Research group developed this software to measure and quantify the M2E latency of Push To Talk (PTT) devices.

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