Sep 29, 2006 Security

Software Defined Radio for the Common Man

By Mike Deliman

Software Defined Radio.  The term doesn’t mean much to the average
person. But to certain security and defense industry types, the word
brings a gleam to their eyes: to them it means multiple levels of
security, the ability to share and protect data, and the ability to
change the encodings and waveforms that implement their protocols – on
the fly.

But… what would this kind of technology mean to the average guy? In this BBC news item,
the experts allude to a brave new world of wireless toys utilizing
SDR. It kind-of glosses over the real guts and technology of SDR.

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