It’s that time oftheyearwhenthe open-source,software defined radio(SDR) communitygathersfortheannualGNU Radio Conference, orGRCon, for short. The ninth installment of this premier industry event is taking placeSeptember 16–20in Huntsville, Alabama,at theHuntsville Marriot at theSpace&Rocket Center, andNIis proud toserve asdiamond sponsoralong with its brand, Ettus Research.
GRCon19 participants haveseveralopportunities tointeract withNI subject matter expertsthrough a variety technical sessions, workshops, and live demos.At these forums, participants get to discuss the latest SDR trends, including newUSRP innovations,the use of open-source software in5G wireless technology, and DOD programs.Read on for more details.
Recommended Technical Sessions
Monday, September 16, at 2 p.m.—Martin Braun, R&D group manager, will discuss the future of the USRP Hardware Driver 4.0.
Tuesday, September 17, at 2:30 p.m.—Dan Baker, chief hardware architect, and Daniel Jepson, R&D group manager, will deliver two presentations around multichannel synchronization.
Thursday, September 19, at 2 p.m.—James Kimery, director of wireless research at NI, will share his perspective on how open-source technology is driving innovation in 5G and defense applications.
Introduction to GNU Radio using the USRP
Presented by Neel Pandeya and Nate Temple
Monday, September 16, 1:30–5 p.m.
Participation is restricted to those who have paid to attend the conference.