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Papers of the 2020 ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC)

The following is the list of papers submitted for the 2020 ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC). Each registered DCC attendee will receive an electronic (pdf) copy of the papers, while non-attendees may purchase a printed copy of the papers for $9 from the ARRL.

Timing and Location Performance of Recent u-blox GNSS Receiver Modules
John Ackermann, N8UR jra@febo.com

APRS Performance and Limits
Marco Bersani bermarco72@gmail.com

Improved Layer 2 Protocol
Nino Carrillo, KK4HEJ nino.carrillo@outlook.com

HF Propagation Measurement Techniques and Analyses
Steve Cerwin, WA5FRF steve@cerwinconsulting.com

QMesh: A Synchronized, Flooded Mesh Network Protocol for Voice
Dan Fay, PhD, KG5VBY daniel.fay@gmail.com

A Comparison of Affordable, Self-Assembled Software-Defined Radio Receivers Using Quadrature Sampling Down-Conversion; Caleb Froelich; Dr. Rob Frohne, KL7NA; Konrad McClure; Joshua Silver; Jordyn Watkins, KN6FFS; Rob Frohne rob.frohne@wallawalla.edu

Forward Error Correction and Pictures from Mars
David Garner, N6WY mag_djg@comcast.net

Aids to the presentation and Analysis of WSPR Spots: TimescaleDB database and Grafana
Gwyn Griffiths, G2ZIL gwyn@autonomousanalytics.com, Rob Robinett, AI6VN

Packet Compressed Sensing Imaging (PCSI_: Robust Image Transmission over Noisy Channels
Scott Howard showard@nd.edu, Grant Barthelmes, Cara Ravasio, Lisa Huang, Benjamin Poag, and Varun Mannam

Digital Signal Processing: I2S in ESP32
Anthony Le Cren, KF4GOH kb1goh@yahoo.com

Continued Lessons from the RF-Seismograph
Alex Schwarz, VE7DXW alexschwarz@telus.net

How to Kill Packet-Radio & APRS? Come to Serbia! (Part 3)
Miroslav “Misko” Skoric, YT7MPB skoric@uns.ac.rs

Build a Mobile Mesh Tower Fleet
Erik Westgard, NY9D ewestgard@att.net

Current Status Report of FX.25 KISS TNC Development;
Kazuhisa Yokota, JN1DFF; Masaaki Yonezawa, JE1WAZ; Aki Yonex yonexaki098@gmail.com

8 thoughts on “Papers of the 2020 ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC)

  1. […] is up here and a list of papers submitted for the conference can be found here. Expect a plethora of interesting lecture streams including updates from HamSCI and TangerineSDR […]

  2. […] for $30. Registration will grant you the ability to ask questions or chat via Zoom, and includes access to the papers. The YouTube live link has not been provided yet, so keep an eye on the DCC web page for the […]

  3. […] for $30. Registration will grant you the ability to ask questions or chat via Zoom, and includes access to the papers. The YouTube live link has not been provided yet, so keep an eye on the DCC web page for the […]

  4. All I see are e-mail links and no *.pdf links to the papers?

    1. As the first paragraph reads, “The following is the list of papers…” not the papers themselves. You can obtain all the papers for $9 from the ARRL here: https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/maty-weinberg/2020-arrltapr-digital-communications-conference-virtual-dcc/paperback/product-njjz7k.html

  5. It’s disappointing that the PDFs of the individual papers was restricted to the Zoom participants.

    1. Steve, they’ll be available to everyone after the conference finishes.

  6. […] for $30. Registration will grant you the ability to ask questions or chat via Zoom, and includes access to the papers. The YouTube live link has not been provided yet, so keep an eye on the DCC web page for the […]

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