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Why is this group dead?

Started by Unknown August 10, 2020
Are the folks losing interest?

Is DSP just too easy these days?

Are the kids running circles around us?

Has most of the interesting stuff already been explored...ie not much new coming down the pipe?


DSP has always been mostly a side thing for me.  I have been able to apply it to work a few times.  The most recent was I had to make AC power waveforms that swept in frequency.  Using simulink and multiplying comlpex sinusoids I was able to do cool stuff.

When I retire (hopefully 2 years) I want to become involved in the gnuradio thing.  I have a decent working knowledge of the radio/DSP side of it but I am very weak at SW.

Can you please describe some of the DSP-related projects that you have worked on? What software/hardware tools do you use and what are some common use cases? 

I am an electrical engineering grad looking to work on DSP and its applications in telecommunications.
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coming down the pipe?=20
>=20 >=20 > DSP has always been mostly a side thing for me. I have been able to apply=
it to work a few times. The most recent was I had to make AC power wavefor= ms that swept in frequency. Using simulink and multiplying comlpex sinusoid= s I was able to do cool stuff.=20
>=20 > When I retire (hopefully 2 years) I want to become involved in the gnurad=
io thing. I have a decent working knowledge of the radio/DSP side of it but= I am very weak at SW. The DSP stack exchange group is really active.
On Monday, August 10, 2020 at 3:28:02 AM UTC-7, blo...@columbus.rr.com wrote:
> Are the folks losing interest?
(snip) I am not sure. I haven't read it for some time now, but was pretty surprised how little there is.