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NBitWonder's Software-Defined Radio project
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File: README.txt Description: Project-specific instructions and information concerning files located within this hierarchy and subhierarchies. In the event of conflicts, the lowest-level README.txt file is used for information regarding a file or files. Current Location: NBW-SDR/ Description: NBW-SDR is a software-defined radio based off of Jeri Ellsworth's SDR experimentation, found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFVgq3ZB0Mo . The design features considerable onboard functionality; no sound card is needed (compared to the majority of hobbyist SDR builds), and utilizes a 32-bit microcontroller instead of an FPGA (for easier open source development as many people know C compared to the relatively fewer people who know VHDL, Verilog, etc.) Contents: Included in this repository are the source files and documentation necessary to recreate NBW-SDR. If you believe something is missing from the project, please contact us at http://nbitwonder.com/blog/contact Documentation: Documentation related to this project is included in the 'Documentation' folder. For more information, please ask questions in our forum: http://nbitwonder.com/forum License Information: NBitWonder projects are released under the GNU GPL v3.0 for software, firmware, simulations, and documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-3.0 for electronics and mechanical components. License copies can be found in the file 'license.txt' in each of these top-level folders. NBitWonder projects may use files, software, libraries, etc. which is not open source. These components may not be distributed within the project repository or use a different license than that specified in license.txt. In these cases, acquisition instructions and license exceptions are noted in a given hierarchy's 'README.txt' file. Where conflicting, the lowest-level 'README.txt' file shall apply to a given file or files. Ben Laskowski Chief Technical Officer NBitWonder, LLC