Online / 6 & 7 February 2021

schedule

Free Software Radio devroom


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Sunday Never compile on the target ! GNU Radio on embedded systems using Buildroot
feedback on a graduate course on developing an embedded network analyzer
srsLTE project update openwifi - opensource WiFi chip
Progress 2020 and future idea/plan
gr-satellites project update Talking to spaceborne RADAR: Sentinel1 data processing
... and seeing a corner reflector as cooperative target
SigDigger: blind signal analysis made easy
Introduction, examples, design details and seeking collaboration.
GNU Radio: Organizational Updates 2020 GNU Radio Tech Update
Lifting the mystery of what has happened in GNU Radio over the last 12 months
A modular future for GNU Radio PySDR: A Guide to SDR and DSP using Python
and lessons learned from teaching CS students DSP + SDR
Optimization of SDR Applications on Heterogeneous Systems-on-Chip (SoCs)
A High-Level Simulation Framework for Evaluating SDR on Heterogeneous SoCs
Vector Optimized Library of Kernels
A year in review
Runtime Strategies and Task Scheduling of Software-Defined Radio on Heterogeneous Hardware
Is an accelerator always the best option?
Improving GNU Radio Accelerator Device Dataflow

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2020q4/003158.html.

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

  Never compile on the target ! GNU Radio on embedded systems using Buildroot
feedback on a graduate course on developing an embedded network analyzer
Jean-Michel Friedt 10:00 10:30
  srsLTE project update Andre Puschmann 10:30 11:00
  openwifi - opensource WiFi chip
Progress 2020 and future idea/plan
Xianjun Jiao 11:00 11:30
  gr-satellites project update Daniel Estévez 11:30 12:00
  Talking to spaceborne RADAR: Sentinel1 data processing
... and seeing a corner reflector as cooperative target
Jean-Michel Friedt 12:00 12:50
  SigDigger: blind signal analysis made easy
Introduction, examples, design details and seeking collaboration.
Gonzalo José Carracedo Carballal 12:50 13:45
  GNU Radio: Organizational Updates 2020 Martin Braun, Derek Kozel, Marc Lichtman 13:50 14:20
  GNU Radio Tech Update
Lifting the mystery of what has happened in GNU Radio over the last 12 months
Marcus Müller 14:20 14:50
  A modular future for GNU Radio Bastian Bloessl, Josh Morman 14:50 15:20
  PySDR: A Guide to SDR and DSP using Python
and lessons learned from teaching CS students DSP + SDR
Marc Lichtman 15:20 15:40
  Optimization of SDR Applications on Heterogeneous Systems-on-Chip (SoCs)
A High-Level Simulation Framework for Evaluating SDR on Heterogeneous SoCs
Samet E Arda 15:40 16:10
  Vector Optimized Library of Kernels
A year in review
Johannes Demel 16:10 16:40
  Runtime Strategies and Task Scheduling of Software-Defined Radio on Heterogeneous Hardware
Is an accelerator always the best option?
Joshua Mack 16:40 17:10
  Improving GNU Radio Accelerator Device Dataflow David Sorber 17:10 17:30