Fuse33 Makerspace
A shared workshop that transcends the conventional notion of a makerspace

Explore the exciting world of Software Defined Radio (SDR) in our introductory workshop.

This class is designed to give you a solid foundation in SDR technology, which uses software to process radio signals instead of traditional hardware components.

You’ll learn about the basics of radio frequency (RF) concepts, how to set up and configure SDR hardware, and the fundamentals of SDR software.

Through hands-on activities, you’ll explore real-world applications such as signal decoding, spectrum analysis, and wireless communication.

By the end of the class, you’ll have the skills and knowledge to start your own SDR projects.

Perfect for beginners and tech enthusiasts alike.

In Explore Software Defined Radio you will learn:

  • Understand the basic principles of software-defined radio (SDR)
  • Identify the components required for setting up an SDR system
  • Learn how to install and configure SDR software on a computer
  • Explore different types of SDR hardware available in the market
  • Understand the concept of signal modulation and demodulation
  • Learn about different communication protocols used in SDR applications
  • Develop the skills to troubleshoot common issues in SDR setups
  • Discover the potential applications of SDR in fields such as telecommunications, IoT, and amateur radio
  • Understand the importance of antenna selection and placement in SDR systems

Tools Required: All tools are provided for learning.

Explore Software Defined Radio

Skill Level: Entry Level Class (No prerequisite required)
Target audience: 18+
Session Length: 2 hours
Cost per Person: $65

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