The ultimate noise blanker

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Lee, Elmer

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Posted 3 years ago

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Peter K1PGV, Elmer

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This guy is legit smart. He did his PhD at Stanford, and is doing post doc work at MIT's CS and AI Lab. He help found a startup with his professors at Stanford (Kumu Networks) to commercialize this full duplex technology.

ETA: Interesting paper here: http://steven-hong.com/pubs/CommMag14...
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George Molnar, KF2T, Elmer

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Imagine a network of GPS synced radios providing QRN and QRM data that could enable a global interference model to be created, and used to digitally subtract noise from clients, leaving only desired signals.
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Lee, Elmer

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Of course if you're jacked into a world wide noise blanker you could probably just talk over that
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George Molnar, KF2T, Elmer

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But, Lee... where's the CHALLENGE? ;-)