[hpsdr] Free BeRadio SDR seminars
scotty at tonks.com
Mon Jan 7 14:19:52 PST 2013
Arrow is supposed to be qualifying the attendees. If you want to sign
up, just answer the questions on the registration form truthfully and
let them decide if it is OK.
I suspect that it will be fine unless the class fills. They can
usually accept 25 or more for each session.
At 13:51 2013-01-07 -0700, John Marvin wrote:
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>I'd love to attend this, but this appears to be geared towards
>electronics engineers who would potentially be designing SDR based
>products. Are they going to be upset by someone signing up as a
>hobbyist? I certainly can't claim that the company I work for has
>any interest in developing SDR based products.
>On 1/7/2013 1:00 PM, Scott Cowling wrote:
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>>There is a free SDR seminar being given by Arrow Electronics on the
>>BeRadio SDR. The first one is on Wednesday, January 16th near the
>>They are also giving them in 8 other cities across the US:
>>Baltimore, MD; Boston, MA; Dallas, TX; Denver, CO; Los Angeles, CA;
>>Orange county, CA; Orlando, FL and San Diego, CA, all on February 21st.
>>They are free, but you do have to sign up in advance.
>>It is geared towards the electronics engineer that would like to learn
>>more about FPGAs and SDR. It presumes some knowledge of FPGAs and
>>Verilog code, and walks you through the hardware and firmware of a
>>stand-alone MW radio.
>>Here is the link:
>>More information can be found here:
>>Feel free to pass this on to anyone or any lists where you think that
>>there might be an interest. Arrow will also hold a seminar by
>>appointment at your workplace if you have enough engineers that are
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