Note: There are two versions of this book, one with full-color illustrations, the other with interior images in black and white. This is the full-color edition. This is also the second edition.
Software Defined Radios are revolutionizing wireless communications, but getting started can be a challenge. Much of the available SDR training veers either towards highly mathematical engineering classes or radio cookbooks with little explanation for the steps taken.
Introduction to Software Defined Radio steers between these two extremes by leveraging knowledge you already have but didn't know was applicable to radio technology. Through a series of hands-on exercises, you'll learn:
This first volume of our Field Expedient SDR series will take you from being a complete novice to a capable user. There will still be much to learn, but you'll be in a solid position to learn it.
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There is a whole world out there waiting for you.
A world not seen by many people. This book opens the world of SDR to the masses and makes it approachable, fun and useful. It is required reading for all Black Hills Information Security team members.
Owner Black Hills Information Security
Senior instructor for SANS
If you are looking for a practical, top down approach for GNURadio and SDR proficiency, this series is precisely what you're looking for. The authors give you everything that you need, exactly when you need it. Personally, I found that whenever I would ask myself, "Ok, but what about....", the very next page was exactly the topic that I was expecting. Well written, clear, precise with wonderful hands-on examples that allow you to reproduce everything discussed in the book.
Dean of Faculty, sans.edu
Chief Research Officer, Cyber-Defense/EnclaveForensics
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