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<h2>GNU Radio and USRP Users</h2>
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<h3>Education</h3>
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  <li><b><a
  href="http://morse.colorado.edu/sdr/">CSCI&nbsp;7000&ndash;006/ECEN&nbsp;5042
  &mdash; Software Defined Radios</a>.</b> This course was offered in
  spring&nbsp;2005 by the University of Colorado Department of Computer
  Science.  <em>Contact: <a href="http://ece-www.colorado.edu/~timxb/">Tim
  Brown</a>, <a href="http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~grunwald/">Dirk Grunwald</a>,
  and <a href="http://spot.colorado.edu/~sicker/main.html">Douglas
  Sicker</a>.</em></li>
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<h3>Research</h3>

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  <em>Under construction.</em>
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  <li><b>Scanner applications</b>
      <ul>
        <li>Present interface similar to off-the-shelf scanner radios</li>
        <li>Handle multiple modulation systems, search for signals</li>
      </ul></li>
  <li><b>Amateur radio two-way contacts:</b> SSB, NBFM, and PSK31</li>
  <li><b>Digital data two-way contacts:</b> GMSK, FSK</li>
  <li><b>Radio astronomy:</b> spectrometry and interferometry</li>
  <li><b>Custom test equipment</b>
      <ul>
        <li>Spectrum analysis</li>
        <li>Data capture/analysis from new types of aerodynamic sensors
           (by Notre Dame)</li>
      </ul></li>
    <li><b>TCP/IP over radio</b> using TAP and TUN devices (by UIUC)</li>
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