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WindyCitySDR This device will allow your forum members the opportunity to create their own GSM Mobile Phone Networks with a included .iso file for ease of establishing GSM networks.

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Old 11-21-2014, 23:25   #16 (permalink)
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Hello All,


I went to this event last week:

Chicago Council on Science and Technology is pleased to co-present

The Birth and Death of the Cell Phone


Martin Cooper changed the world when he made the first cell phone call 40 years ago, on a two-pound-plus Motorola DynaTAC phone. His first call: to the head of research at Bell Labs, a company that also was attempting to build the first cell phone. It would be over a decade before the first cell phone would be commercially available, but Cooper's call opened the door to true mobility and continues to affect virtually every aspect of our lives.
http://www.c2st.org/event/2014/11/bi...ath-cell-phone



And I asked Mr. Cooper's viewpoints on Software Defined Radio & Cognitive Radios.

Here his response yourselves:

www.WindyCitySDR.com has the video as each time I attempt to add the Video URL, this website removes it. But check out his reply from the video I posted on my website!

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SDR4All Toolbox is a package that intends to help you transform an Universal Software Radio Peripheral, or other SDR Devices, into a plug and play device. HandHeldSDR It includes a device driver, a component that enables the communication and a server interface and we’ve contacted the
Authors to prospectively utilize the source code to expand its capabilities!


https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/doc.../PDF/C0947.pdf

Yes this recognizes the HandHeldSDR, and I have been in contact with the authors to try and obtain the Source Code to EXPAND its capabilities. :-)

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Hello All,


These HandHeldSDR devices will be including Labview 2013 & 2014 Virtual Instruments as part of a the "HandHeldSDR Windows GSM BTS Development Kit "

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