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Delay-Tolerant Networks Might Be The Killer App Ham Radio Needs

Amateur radio stands to gain more by leveraging the Internet as opposed to fighting it. Projects such as AREDN re-purpose commercial WiFi hardware to provide Internet connectivity over ham radio bands. Sending Internet traffic over amateur radio prevents the use of encryption and any commercial data. The result is a limited use case of AREDN Read more about Delay-Tolerant Networks Might Be The Killer App Ham Radio Needs[…]

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The Future of Amateur Radio is Software

The future of amateur radio will be built on its software and supported by hardware. Amateur radio operators will continue to solder components together and string up antennas, but this will be a means to an end for most people. We’ve seen incredible performance increase in hardware by moving towards software defined radios, yet this Read more about The Future of Amateur Radio is Software[…]

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Amateur Radio And The Maker Community

The HamRadio360 Workbench #22 podcast episode released on April 25th, 2017 focused on two communities we love, the maker and ham radio communities.  The host, George (KJ6VU), points out during the introduction that this podcast will be exploring “What does being a ham get you as a maker”? George and co-host Jeremy (KF7IJZ) discuss the advantages Read more about Amateur Radio And The Maker Community[…]

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Developer Contributions

Initially, Faraday is provided to developers ready to go with a core set of applications. The provided tutorials and functionality of these applications allow developers to quickly implement new features with the Faraday platform by taking care of the mundane necessities to interface the radio. We encourage developers to branch our GitHub Repositories to work Read more about Developer Contributions[…]


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