Welcome to the SDR Based Radio Transceiver Project.
The Software Defined Radio (SDR) Transceiver project is a senior design team project from the Electrical and Computer Engineering students at the California State University, Northridge (CSUN).
The main objective is to create a High Frequency (HF) transceiver capable of operating in the 1.8 to 29.7 MHz range using SDR rather than building a traditional hardware transceiver. Using SDR results in a dramatic decrease in overall cost as well as tremendous advantages over the hardware transceiver in terms of maintainability and flexibility.
This design project is sponsored by Edwards Air Force Base to research into the general area of Software Defined Radio. The team has one full calendar year (12 months) to complete this comprehensive project under the guidance of three faculty advisors.
Jack Sun (Project Manager)
Faculty Advisors for this project:
Dr. Sharlene Katz (Head Advisor)
Dr. David Schwartz
Prof. James Flynn
To contact the team for any suggestion or inquiry, please send an email to email@example.com or click on the following (SourceForge user account required):
The design project and webpage is maintained by Jack Sun for as long as there is an interest from the community or industry regarding this project.
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