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Survey regarding GNU radio usage in amateur radio

From: Adrian Musceac
Subject: Survey regarding GNU radio usage in amateur radio
Date: Sat, 14 Nov 2020 10:11:34 +0200


I am doing a survey regarding the topic of GNU radio usage in amateur radio 
This survey is aimed at GNU radio users who are also amateur radio operators.
The result of the survey will be published in an article freely available on 
the Internet and may also be translated to other languages for reading by 
other amateur radio operators.

Your contribution to the survey will remain anonymous unless you express a 
wish to have author attribution for the answers.
You should be comfortable with the license of publication which will be one of 
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license or GNU Free Documentation license.
You may reply directly or send me the answers privately. The date limit for 
answers is 30 December current year.

I will ask you to respond to the following questions (you may omit questions 
where you do not have answers):

1. Are you actively using GNU radio in amateur radio activities?

2. If yes, how are you using GNU radio, please provide some details.

3. Do you think GNU radio and applications using it solve some specific problem 
for amateur operators which is not solved by other free software DSP 
libraries, or, on the contrary, do you think it should implement a solution 
that already exists elsewhere?

4. What would you consider strong and weak points in GNU radio when related to 
amateur radio usage?

5. Is your local amateur radio community generally aware of the existence of 
GNU radio?

6. If you have any authored / co-authored published papers, talk slides, 
seminars etc. related to the topic of this survey, can you provide a short 
description and a link if available?

7. Are you involved in research projects which use amateur radio crowd-sourced 
data, and if so, can you provide a short description of the project?

8. Do you have any suggestions for raising general amateur radio public 
awareness of free software in general and specifically GNU radio?

Thanks in advance for answering.


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