Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

schedule

Free Software Radio devroom


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Sunday Intro to the Free Software Radio Track gr-Soapy: A handy SDR hardware interface module for GNU Radio GNURadio with a Rusty FPGA
Experiment building FPGA accelerated blocks with Rust bindings
Protect your bits: Introduction to gr-fec
A look into the error-correction capabilities of GNU Radio
Digital Predistortion
Implementation and Use
GNU Radio meets Scapy GNU Radio in 2019: Facts and Plans
An overview of where GNU Radio is going this fine year
libsigmf: Human Tools for Extra-Terrestrial and AI Radios SDR Makerspace
sdrmaker.space
Equinox: A C++11 platform for realtime SDR applications An End-to-End LTE Testbed in Three Clicks Spoofing GPS
is it really the time we think it is, and are we really where we think we are ?
The Dwingeloo radio telescope goes SDR Performing Low-cost Electromagnetic Side-channel Attacks using RTL-SDR and Neural Networks Decoding MeteorM2N: QPSK, Viterbi, Reed Solomon and JPEG
from IQ coefficients to images, analysis of digital weather satellite transmissions
Flushing the Delay Line
Closing out the Free Software Radio Devroom
Event Speakers Start End

Sunday

  Intro to the Free Software Radio Track 09:00 09:15
  gr-Soapy: A handy SDR hardware interface module for GNU Radio Sdouikos 09:15 09:30
  GNURadio with a Rusty FPGA
Experiment building FPGA accelerated blocks with Rust bindings
Brennan Ashton 09:30 10:00
  Protect your bits: Introduction to gr-fec
A look into the error-correction capabilities of GNU Radio
10:00 10:30
  Digital Predistortion
Implementation and Use
Derek Kozel 10:30 11:00
  GNU Radio meets Scapy Bastian Bloessl 11:00 11:30
  GNU Radio in 2019: Facts and Plans
An overview of where GNU Radio is going this fine year
11:30 12:15
  libsigmf: Human Tools for Extra-Terrestrial and AI Radios Ben Hilburn 12:15 13:00
  SDR Makerspace
sdrmaker.space
Alex 13:00 13:30
  Equinox: A C++11 platform for realtime SDR applications Manolis Surligas 13:30 14:00
  An End-to-End LTE Testbed in Three Clicks Andre Puschmann 14:00 14:30
  Spoofing GPS
is it really the time we think it is, and are we really where we think we are ?
Jean-Michel Friedt 14:30 15:00
  The Dwingeloo radio telescope goes SDR Paul Boven 15:00 15:30
  Performing Low-cost Electromagnetic Side-channel Attacks using RTL-SDR and Neural Networks Pieter Robyns 15:30 16:00
  Decoding MeteorM2N: QPSK, Viterbi, Reed Solomon and JPEG
from IQ coefficients to images, analysis of digital weather satellite transmissions
Jean-Michel Friedt 16:00 16:30
  Flushing the Delay Line
Closing out the Free Software Radio Devroom
16:30 17:00