GNU Radio Conference 2019

September 16 TO September 20

The National Instruments / Ettus Research SDR team is excited again be a Diamond Sponsor for GNU Radio Conference 2019. We look forward to a great week of education, insights, and inspiration of what is possible in the future with Software Defined Radio.

The National Instruments SDR Team will be giving seven presentations and three hands-on workshops this year as well as showcasing the latest USRPs in the sponsor expo.

Where: September 16-20, 2019 at the Marriot at the Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

Technical Sessions

Monday, September 16th

2:00 pm “UHD Four-O”
Presented By Martin Braun, Senior Group Manager

Tuesday, September 17th

11:00 am: “10 years gr-specest: Free Spectral Estimation!”
Presented By Martin Braun, Senior Group Manager

2:30 pm: “Phase Coherency/Alignment, how to do this in GNURadio and why it’s hard”
Presented By Dan Baker, Chief Architect

3:30 pm: “Synchronization: Core Concepts and Applications”
Presented By Daniel Jepson, SDR Hardware Group Manager

Wednesday, September 18th

4:00 pm “UHD Streaming with DPDK: Raising the Throughput Ceiling with Drivers in User Space”
Presented By Alex Williams, Senior Software Design Engineer

Thursday, September 19th

2:00 pm – James Kimery, Director of Wireless Research at National Instruments will address GNU Radio Attendees

4:30 pm “Prototyping LTE-WiFi Interworking on a Single SDR Platform”
Presented By Walter Nitzold, Senior Software Engineer

Live Demos

We will be showcasing the latest USRP products including the all-new USRP N320 and N321

  • Ultra-Wide Band Spectral Monitoring With the USRP N320 and N321
  • Machine Learning Signal Classification with DeepSig and USRP
  • Open Source 4G LTE eNB for Communication System Development and Prototyping with the USRP 2974

Hands-on Workshops

The SDR Applications Engineering Team will deliver three hands-on workshops.

  • Monday, September 16th, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Columbia Room: “Introduction to GNU Radio using the USRP”
    Presented by Neel Pandeya and Nate Temple
    REGISTER HERE
    (Restricted to GNU Radio Conference Paid Attendees Only)
  • Tuesday, September 17th, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Columbia Room: “Introduction to FPGA Programming on the USRP using RFNOC”
    Presented by Neel Pandeya and Jonathon Pendlum
    REGISTER HERE
    (Restricted to GNU Radio Conference Paid Attendees Only)
  • Wednesday, September 18th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Columbia Room: “Introduction to FPGA Programming on the USRP using RFNOC”
    Presented by Neel Pandeya and Jonathon Pendlum
    REGISTER HERE
    (Restricted to GNU Radio Conference Paid Attendees Only)

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