Monthly Archive: July 2013

Jul 23

White Spaces Standards for Telemetry

You’ve heard of cognitive radio and the promise of bandwidth where the TV channels are not.  We now have a standard for at least one of those.  Please welcome Weightless to the list of standards for unlicensed “white space” communications.  I recently heard a good presentation on what Weightless is and what its potential is.

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Jul 09

Nyquist Signal Expansion with Python

I’ve recently been reading up on software defined radio (SDR).  An epiphany that I had recently was that if we have sampled a signal so that we meet the Nyquist criteria, we can reproduce the points between the points we took.

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