Interview with Bruce, myself, Mike Ossmann from the HackRF, and TAPR president Steve Bible is up on HRN's YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WF9SK5f0NUM
Hey everyone; I'm speaking at Four Days In May sponsored by QRP ARCI tomorrow. They will be live streaming it from ustream.tv at 9:10AM EST. If you are at Hamvention this year, I'll be demoing at the TAPR Forum and TAPR booth so stop by. I promise there will be a huge update after Hamvention; I've been a busy code-elf this year!
I hope everyone enjoyed the TAPR DCC this year, it looked like a great one! I put together a new Whitebox website, video, and mailing list for you all; lots of new content to share 73, Chris KD2BMH
Whitebox creator Chris Testa KD2BMH will be talking about evolving SDR architectures at SWHAMCON in Santa Barbara, next Friday. If your in SoCal, come join us for some fun & learning.
Part 2 of the update on the synthesizer, showing a functioning Whitebox Bravo. Now we're cooking with gas! I've also added a comment section - please join the discussion.
New Amp Hour covers MyHDL after we trumped it up last week. Nice! We'll have to satiate Dave's skeptic; and fill the very necessary void between SystemC and Simulink.
Part 2 of the interview with Bruce Perens @Hamvention gets into his concepts for the Handy Talkie of the Future. The Whitebox is a contender for the radio modem chipset. What do you want to see a handheld SDR be capable of? What OS & what features do you hope it to have?
New: version 0.8 of MyHDL is available after 2 years of development. Think you can't describe Register Transfer Logic using Python? Check out the principal author's slides from PyCon last week for shots of real ASICs designed this way.
Its been a bit of a chore getting the Bravo board fully operational. Join me for part 1 of the story on the way to a fully operational Whitebox Bravo
HamRadioNow: Why the Heck would anyone want to operate digital voice? pt 1. of interview with Bruce Perens K6BP. My response is why would anyone want to operate analog once they get a Whitebox? (even though of course, AM/FM/SSB can & will be supported!)
Whitebox is described as "the most interesting radio at Hamvention" on the ARRL's website!