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The Centre for Excellence in Computational Engineering & Networking, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore campus, will organize a workshop on Software Defined Communication with Deep Learning (Hands-on with ADALM-PLUTO, RTL-SDR and USRP) from January 19-20, 2019.
PlutoSDR serves as a portable lab that enables people to connect directly to laptop/tablet and helps students to learn while coding. PlutoSDR provides the facility to work with MATLAB® and Simulink® tools which are the widely used for scientific computing. The user friendly GUI of these tools helps students to easily work with these tools.
Using the ADALM-PLUTO SDR Active Learning Module, students develop a strong foundation in real-world RF and communications as they pursue technology, science, or engineering degrees. The ADALM-PLUTO SDR Active Learning Module features independent transmit and receive signals capable of operating in full-duplex. The PlutoSDR can acquire and generate RF analog signals from 325MHz to 3.8GHz tuning range at up to 61.44MSPS. Enabled by libiio drivers, PlutoSDR supports OS X®, Windows®, and Linux®, allowing students to learn on a range of devices.
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Mr. Ajith Peter and Mr. Rakesh Peter are running their own company at Palakkad and Mr. Ajith Peter received funds from Google Summer of Codes for building an open source GPS for three consecutive years.