Nobel Laureate Joe Taylor, K1JT, to Conventioneers: Amateur Radio Will Thrive: – eHam.net


Nobel Laureate Joe Taylor, K1JT, to Conventioneers: Amateur Radio Will Thrive: eHam.net “Radios are going to become increasingly digital,” he said, with analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion occurring “closer and closer to the antenna…

Source: www.eham.net

Nice recap of the speech delivered by Nobel Laureate Joe Taylor (K1JT), who developed the popular WSJT suite of weak signal DSP software for Amateur Radio.  In his remarks to amateur radio operators meeting at the 100th anniversary of the ARRL in Hartford, Connecticut, Taylor said good engineering "will definitely be a combination of hardware and software" as amateur radio continues to thrive and serve the public interest.  For Taylor, amateur radio will continue to benefit from "a healthy fertilization between amateurs and professionals."  Taylor added that "radios are going to become increasingly digital" with analog-to-digital conversion occurring "closer and closer to the antenna."  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

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