Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

schedule

Free Software Radio devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Sunday Free Software Radio Devroom Introduction and Hackfest Review Modernizing Distribution of SDR Tools and Libraries with Conan
What does cmake have to do with SNR?
Block Header Parsing Tool
Implement a block parsing library
How to evolve the GNU Radio scheduler
Embracing and breaking legacy
A Rose by Any Other Name Would Run Just as Long
Understanding Computational and Hardware Complexity in Software Defined Radio Framework
gr-satellites latests developments r2cloud - Decode satellite signals on Raspberry PI Platform independent CPU/FPGA co-design: the OscImp-Digital framework
G. Goavec-Merou, P.-Y. Bourgeois, J.-M. Friedt
Striving for Performance Portability of Software Radio Software in the Era of Heterogeneous SoCs Cooperative Perception in Future Cars using GNU Radio srsLTE project update Channel Equalization using GNU Radio
compensating for impairments in the wireless channel, and extensions to existing GNU Radio functionality
Task Scheduling of Software-Defined Radio Kernels in Heterogeneous Chips: Opportunities and Challenges SDR4IoT - Using SDR for IoT Device Fingerprinting and Localization
A project part of the FED4FIRE+ Open Calls
openwifi
Opensource "Wi-Fi chip design" and Linux driver
Software Defined Radio based scientific instrumentation
using SDR frontends and oscilloscopes for fast measurements

Software Defined Radio systems 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 among enthusiasts and in industry.

The Free Software Radio 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 Software Radio.

This year the devroom will focus on the following subject areas.

Event Speakers Start End

Sunday

  Free Software Radio Devroom Introduction and Hackfest Review Philip Balister 09:00 09:30
  Modernizing Distribution of SDR Tools and Libraries with Conan
What does cmake have to do with SNR?
Brennan Ashton 09:30 10:00
  Block Header Parsing Tool
Implement a block parsing library
Arpit Gupta 10:00 10:30
  How to evolve the GNU Radio scheduler
Embracing and breaking legacy
Marcus Müller 10:30 11:00
  A Rose by Any Other Name Would Run Just as Long
Understanding Computational and Hardware Complexity in Software Defined Radio Framework
John Brunhaver 11:00 11:30
  gr-satellites latests developments Daniel Estévez 11:30 12:00
  r2cloud - Decode satellite signals on Raspberry PI Andrey Rodionov 12:00 12:30
  Platform independent CPU/FPGA co-design: the OscImp-Digital framework
G. Goavec-Merou, P.-Y. Bourgeois, J.-M. Friedt
Jean-Michel Friedt 12:30 13:00
  Striving for Performance Portability of Software Radio Software in the Era of Heterogeneous SoCs Jeffrey Vetter 13:00 13:30
  Cooperative Perception in Future Cars using GNU Radio Augusto Vega 13:30 14:00
  srsLTE project update Andre Puschmann 14:00 14:30
  Channel Equalization using GNU Radio
compensating for impairments in the wireless channel, and extensions to existing GNU Radio functionality
Josh Morman 14:30 15:00
  Task Scheduling of Software-Defined Radio Kernels in Heterogeneous Chips: Opportunities and Challenges Augusto Vega 15:00 15:30
  SDR4IoT - Using SDR for IoT Device Fingerprinting and Localization
A project part of the FED4FIRE+ Open Calls
Alexis DUQUE 15:30 16:00
  openwifi
Opensource "Wi-Fi chip design" and Linux driver
Xianjun Jiao 16:00 16:30
  Software Defined Radio based scientific instrumentation
using SDR frontends and oscilloscopes for fast measurements
Jean-Michel Friedt 16:30 17:00