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October 04, 2007

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K

700 beans for the kit != free. Outside of a radio designer, who would need this? Give me a spool of #28 AWG and a good diode and I'll make you a real open source radio, natch.

Webster Hubble Telescope

I can kind of see how this works. With something like XM, you are bringing in all the signals at once because it either scans all the channels for what is playing or there is a specific channel that broadcasts what's playing on each channel. In any case, I marvel in what sattelite radio can do, so I have confidence that GNU Radio can follow suit. Conventional broadcast radio seems to have grown into a stasis (ooh, they do have song ID) while everything around it advances rapidly.

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