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Corgan Labs is one of several partners you will find in the USRP ecosystem. Founded by Johnathan Corgan, long-time release manager of the GNU Radio[link] project, Corgan Labs offers SDR training and application design services. Recently, Corgan Labs adopted the Ettus Research Instant SDR Kit as a standardized training platform. Now, attendees can receive low-cost hardware, be up and running quickly for the course, and continue designing with the hardware after the course is complete.
Ettus Research is pleased to announce a distribution partnership with Tenet Technetronics, a global company that develops and distributes electronic development tools and services with a significant presence in India.
Ettus Research continues to break barriers to SDR prototyping with the "USRP Instant SDR Kit".
Ettus Research has released the USRP Instant SDR Kit, a low-cost kit with all of the components to get started with SDR quickly. This is a great way to get involved with the growing open source community!
We have recently announced the QR210 Quadradio. This is a four-channel, coherent receive intend for applications such as beamforming and direction finding (RF localization).
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has recently announced the Spectrum Challenge, a competition that will require participants to develop intelligent radio protocols that improve performance in challenging and dynamic RF environments. Ettus Research is proud to announce that the Spectrum Challenge has standardized on the USRP product family.
Ettus Research will be exhibiting and presenting at the Wireless Innovation Forum Conference on Communications Technology and Software Defined Radio (SDR-WInnComm).