Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

schedule

Software Defined Radio devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Sunday Intro to the SDR Devroom
..and updates from the community
Recapping DARPA's First Big Hackfest (Yet another) passive RADAR using DVB-T receiver and SDR. In the SpOOTlight: gr-radar
Measuring EM backscatter, free and easy
Efficient implementation of a spectrum scanner on a software-defined radio platform An optimized GFDM software implementation for low-latency DLR-CAFE: CUDA Filterbank Updates
Brand-New: Arbitrary Resamplers for everyone
Physics, Math, and SDR
Recognize, measure, and correct the inevitable
Stupid Pluto Tricks
Real world things you can do with a PlutoSDR
The GNU Radio runtime
Reinventing a very fast wheel
C++ Code Generation with GRC LoRa Reverse Engineering and AES EM Side-Channel Attacks using SDR Intro to Open Source Radio Telescopes Free your Weather Station!
War Stories from hacking Weather Stations
Claim Space, the Libre Way, using SDRs BYOR: Bring-your-own-radio hacking session
Bring your device, show us what it can do!

Software Defined Radio's use software to replace the traditional components found in hardware defined radios.

Over the past 10 years, the cost of radio front ends for computers has declined to the point where anyone with a computer can afford a simple radio front end. The flexibility of software combined with lower cost radio hardware led to an explosion of interest in SDR.

The SDR devroom has talks about frameworks, research projects, applications, hardware, and tools. This is the place for Open Source SDR developers to meet, exchange ideas, and start working together to improve the state of Open Source and SDR.

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Sunday

  Intro to the SDR Devroom
..and updates from the community
Philip Balister, Martin Braun, Sylvain Munaut 09:00 09:15
  Recapping DARPA's First Big Hackfest Tom Rondeau 09:15 09:45
  (Yet another) passive RADAR using DVB-T receiver and SDR. Jean-Michel Friedt 09:45 10:15
  In the SpOOTlight: gr-radar
Measuring EM backscatter, free and easy
Martin Braun 10:15 10:45
  Efficient implementation of a spectrum scanner on a software-defined radio platform Francois Quitin 10:45 11:15
  An optimized GFDM software implementation for low-latency Marcus Müller, Johannes Demel 11:15 11:45
  DLR-CAFE: CUDA Filterbank Updates
Brand-New: Arbitrary Resamplers for everyone
Jan Krämer 11:45 12:10
  Physics, Math, and SDR
Recognize, measure, and correct the inevitable
Derek Kozel 12:15 12:45
  Stupid Pluto Tricks
Real world things you can do with a PlutoSDR
Robin Getz 12:45 13:05
  The GNU Radio runtime
Reinventing a very fast wheel
Andrej Rode 13:15 13:45
  C++ Code Generation with GRC Håkon Vågsether 13:45 14:10
  LoRa Reverse Engineering and AES EM Side-Channel Attacks using SDR Pieter Robyns 14:15 15:00
  Intro to Open Source Radio Telescopes Martin Braun, Sue Ann Heatherly 15:00 15:30
  Free your Weather Station!
War Stories from hacking Weather Stations
Ray Kinsella 15:30 15:50
  Claim Space, the Libre Way, using SDRs Manolis Surligas 16:00 16:30
  BYOR: Bring-your-own-radio hacking session
Bring your device, show us what it can do!
Martin Braun 16:30 17:00