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Comment: Software Defined Radios going to ISS in 15 days (Score 2) 153

by ajalics (#40569317) Attached to: Software-Defined Radio: the Apple I of Broadcast?

Interesting time to talk about Software Defined Radios.

NASA's SCaN Testbed with 3 Software Defined Radios is launching onboard the Japanese HTV-3 Unmanned cargo vehicle in 15 days. (July 21st)

It's an experimental payload that will be bolted to the exterior of the International Space Station and perform communications experiments with the 3 SDR's contained in the payload.

http://spaceflightsystems.grc.nasa.gov/SOPO/SCO/SCaNTestbed/Payload/

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