[USRP-users] Additional Public SDR Class Dates, Gearing Up For GRCON15

Johnathan Corgan johnathan at corganlabs.com
Tue Jul 14 13:19:19 EDT 2015

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Upcoming Public CoursesCorgan Labs is excited to announce two additional
two-day public courses on the East and West Coast:

   - US East Coast - Columbia, MD,  August 31st, 2015
   - US West Coast - Santa Clara, CA, September 3rd, 2015

These courses begin with a brief introduction to GNU Radio, the USRP
hardware platform, and general SDR concepts.  After this introduction,
attendees will be immersed in hands-on exercises that help learn the tools
with a proven building-block approach.  By the end of the course, users
with no previous experience will be able to build simple analog and digital
applications.  Each attendee will receive and keep a USRP B200 to be used
for the hands-on exercises.  For more information, please visit the Corgan
Labs Training Page <http://corganlabs.com/training/>.
 GNU Radio Conference 2015We are happy to report that plans for GNU Radio
Conference 2015 are coming together and we expect it to be a highly
educational, productive and engaging event.  The conference is packed with
high-quality content, and you will also find numerous opportunities to
network with other GNU Radio developers.

As a Platinum sponsor, Corgan Labs is proud to commit financial,
organizational, and technical resources to the fastest growing SDR
conference on the globe.

Here is a basic overview of the event:

   - Dates: August 24 - 28th, 2015
   - Location: Center for Strategic & International Studies
   Washington DC.
   - Program includes presentations, hands-on tutorials, working groups,
   and multiple networking opportunities

For more information, or to register, please visit the GNU Radio Conference
2015 web site <http://www.trondeau.com/gnu-radio-conference-2015/>.
Free Hands-on TutorialsCorgan Labs will be offering a free hands-on
introductory tutorial during the New Developer Day of the GNU Radio
conference.  The session will be 2-4 hours in length and will cover a
variety of topics for beginners, including:

   - Overview of USRP and RTL-SDR hardware platforms
   - Building your first application to visualize signals
   - Building your first spectrum analyzer and FM Receiver - Step-by-Step

We will provide updates with more information about the event and tutorials
in the coming weeks.  If you would like more information about the course,
please contact us at info at corganlabs.com.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Best Regards,
Johnathan Corgan
johnathan at corganlabs.com
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