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Old March 25th, 2016, 11:54 AM
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Any HF Radio Engineers / licencing specialists?

I have a client at work looking for some assistance to do a fairly unique project.

Requires knowledge of FCC Radio frequency licensing and solution architecture of Shortwave Transmission systems.

Anyone?
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Old March 25th, 2016, 12:04 PM
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Maybe…depends on what he's looking to do

Send me a PM and see if it something I can help with…
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I would recommend David Rowe, VK5DGR. He made CODEC2. Got his PhD in '97 in linear predictive coding. Not only that but a really, really nice guy and a great speaker. He's not a US Citizen, unfortunately. He does consulting gigs all the time.
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I would recommend David Rowe, VK5DGR. He made CODEC2. Got his PhD in '97 in linear predictive coding. Not only that but a really, really nice guy and a great speaker. He's not a US Citizen, unfortunately. He does consulting gigs all the time.
Thanks ... I'll look to reach out once we get past the US centric issues of licencing and permits!

Is he a Defender nut too?

I was a non-citizen once ... it's something that can be cured with a liberal application of USCIS paperwork! ;-)
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Sounds intriguing. Any other details to share? For the curious hobbyist
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Sounds intriguing. Any other details to share? For the curious hobbyist
Sorry i'm under an NDA and looking to identify some high level cost / challenges / solutions.

What I can say is it sounds more exciting than it is and being under NDA is normal for being a consultant ... so that doesn't indicate its particularly exciting either.

If it does get to stage where i can share I will be happy to do so ...
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No worries. Just always interested in modern HF applications. Cool stuff happening with over the horizon comms.
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No worries. Just always interested in modern HF applications. Cool stuff happening with over the horizon comms.
The current defense research into HF and over the horizon due to the vulnerability of satellites was a trigger for my client to start looking at this.
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