Live right now is CyberSpectrum #22, currently being held at the GNU Radio Convention in San Diego. Cyberspectrum is an often monthly meetup where SDR enthusiasts come from around the world to share their work. The video will be available offline once the stream is over too. But if watched live you can use the #cyberspectrum hashtag on Twitter, or join the #cyberspectrum on Freenode IRC to discuss the presentations live.
• The Phil Karn (@ka9q)
Low-cost general coverage/HAM receiver for Raspberry Pi & FUNcube dongle, or other cheap SDR.
• Clayton Smith (@argilo)
By day, Clayton is a security researcher at ecommerce company Shopify, and by night a GNU Radio enthusiast and amateur radio operator (VE3IRR). He’s worked on projects such as gr-dsd (digital voice), gr-qam (digital television), gr-elster (utility metering), gr-rds (radio data) and sdr-examples. Tonight he’ll tell you about his recent work on HD Radio.
• Josh Blum (@pothosware)
Interesting features in Pothos framework, how we pull in GNU Radio project, and proposed additions to the GNU Radio project.
• Alexander Chemeris (@chemeris)
The first public demo of XTRX – a tiny high-performance miniPCIe SDR for the real world. Up to 120MSPS for simultaneous 2×2 MIMO receive/transmit.