from the put-some-money-in-the-box dept.
Bruce Perens writes The TAPR Digital Communications Conference has been coveredtwice here and is a great meeting on leading-edge wireless technology, mostly done as Open Hardware and Open Source software. Free videos of the September 2014 presentations will be made available if you help via Kickstarter. For an idea of what's in them, see the Dayton Hamvention interviews covering Whitebox, our Open Hardware handheld software-defined radio transceiver, and Michael Ossman's HackRF, a programmable Open Hardware transceiver for wireless security exploration and other wireless research. Last year's TAPR DCC presentations are at the Ham Radio Now channel on Youtube.
A method of solution is perfect if we can forsee from the start,
and even prove, that following that method we shall attain our aim.