Software can Define DNA / Software Defines Networking / Software Defines Radio...

Potential:
Windows 8,
10.1 inch TouchScreen Wideband 33Mhz - 4.4Ghz
Mobile Software Defined Radio Platform ?
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Versus
" Meet the machines that steal your phone’s data
"
   
by Ryan Gallagher Sept 25 2013, 1:00pm EDT
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/09/meet-the-machines-that-steal-your-phones-data/

Cost: $68,479 for the original Stingray; $134,952 for Stingray II.

http://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/gossamer-small.pngAgencies: Federal authorities have spent more than $30 million on Stingrays and related equipment and training since 2004, according to procurement records. Purchasing agencies include the FBI, DEA, Secret Service, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Internal Revenue Service, the Army, and the Navy. Cops in Arizona, Maryland, Florida, North Carolina, Texas, and California have also either purchased or considered purchasing the devices, according to public records. In one case, procurement records (PDF) show cops in Miami obtained a Stingray to monitor phones at a free trade conference held in Miami in 2003.

http://techweek.com/schedule/newyork/#schedule/LAUNCH%20Competition:%20First%20Round/

Martin O'Shield, of WindyCitySDR,  shall be a Techweek New York 2014 Judge

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WindyCitySDR shall be Demo'ing before

http://www.techthursdayschicago.com/

WindyCitySDR is a 

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/2014-nominee-reception-tickets-10610114137

Microsoft Windows XP GSM Base Station GUI Teaser Video

Microsoft Windows XP / 7 / GSM Base Station Graphical User Interface (TEASER Video).  Notice that the GSM Base Station "Stack"/Engine isn't running though I am able to connect to it via Microsoft Messenger :-)


Microsoft Windows XP / 7 / (Future) Azure Cloud /

Kinnect Platform  Compatible Handheld
Wideband Software Defined Radio


Microsoft Windows XP / Windows 7
GSM Scanner Software
(Trial Edition)
*Future Windows 8 / Microsoft Cloud Azure / Kinnect Platform
Microsoft Windows XP / Windows 7 GSM Base Station Software (Alpha)
Demonstrating mobile Phone registered making a SIP call through Asterisk
Digium’s demonstration VoIP Servers before Motorola Solutions @ the Wireless Innovation Forum (listed below)

On March 11 - 13, 2014, before the
Wireless Innovation Forum's Software Defined Radio event:

http://groups.winnforum.org/image.php?top=672&req=cmsTopicImgWindyCitySDR demonstrating
Windows GSM Base Station @ the CriticalRF Booth

"WindyCitySDR one of the Top 5 Startups that MIssed the 2014 Techweek Chicago Launch Finals"

http://www.builtinchicago.org/blog/top-5-startups-missed-2014-techweek-chicago-launch-finals

WindyCitySDR is a member of the following:
"The program aims to invent new services and business models that will break wireless operators out of the role of dumb pipe and give them a place in the value chain."
http://www.wirelessweek.com/news/2011/11/alus-ng-connect-sets-sights-expansion

WindyCitySDR
is a registered VoIP Provider with the
Illinois Commerce Commission al
lowing for the creation of traditional telecom infrastructure for a fraction of the "Traditional Cost"
http://www.icc.illinois.gov/utility/profile.aspx?id=3776

What is a Software (Defined) Radio?

***A software radio is a wireless communications device that performs all of its signal processing in portable, application level software.  By simply running a different program, a software radio can become a cell phone,
wireless LAN, cordless phones, garage door opener or walkie-talkie.  The flexibility enabled by software radio also enables faster technology tracking, since standards upgrade are simply software downloads. 
Software radio is a multi-disciplinary systems effort, bringing together research in digital signal processing, communications, operating systems,  software engineering and algorithms.

"Research Challenges in Software Radio" ***1 hour video

Video from University of Washington TV 2001

 Per invitation WindyCitySDR exhibited
before the Innovation Zone of:

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https://scontent-b-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfp1/l/t1.0-9/10426675_10202087556539989_607048074930536483_n.jpgWindyCitySDR is finalizing assembly of wideband Software Radio MIMO devices to allow for the creation of "traditional STYLE infrastructure" similar to the following video / Mexican Newspaper article & beyond:  http://goo.gl/rsdCvz & http://goo.gl/aYORKI

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Illinois Institute of Technology's Real Time Communications Lab
Announces TADHack Chicago Satellite
http://blog.tadhack.com/wpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/IIT-RTC-Lab.jpg The IIT (Illinois Institute of Technology) Real-Time Communications Lab in the School of Applied Technology is excited to be hosting a Satellite event for the Telecom Application Developers Hackathon (TADHack ) from 9:00 AM Friday, June 6 to 11:30 AM Saturday, June 7 in the Idea Shop on IIT’s Main Campus.

I know of several people/entities who shall be participating in this upcoming event
so why not you show up too :-)

Virtual School of Computational Sciences and Engineering Data Intensive Summer School

June 30 - July 2,  2014
University of Chicago's Research Computation Center
@ Regenstein Library


http://www.vscse.org/index.html

I've been accepted into the above as it, in my opinion, highly relates to:

Radio Waves = Lots of Bandwidth
Radio Waveforms = Requires HIGH Computation  (depending on Waveform such as CDMA)

The University of Chicago Research Computing Center, in partnership with Northwestern University, is one of 20 sites across the US that will host the Virtual School of Computational Science and Engineering Data Intensive Summer School.

WindyCitySDR's 2nd year in a row
being accepted into Techweek Launch, but this time:


Previous demonstrations / presentations
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(5th Appearance)

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 @ 6:00 PM

Google Developers Group

Chicago Android (Google APIs, GAE)

Hosted @ DevBootCamp

351 W. Hubbard, Suite 701, Chicago, IL
http://www.meetup.com/chicago-android/events/170643152/

Saturday, 04/05/2014

The University of Illinois at Chicago
3rd Floor Conference Center
Address: 750 S Halsted Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607
http://www.flourishconf.com/

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Lightning Talks!

  • March 18 · 12:00 PM
  • Groupon, 3rd floor
  • Martin O'Shield presents Software Radio @ 5 minutes 18 seconds into the video below


On March 8, 2014, 
"Life Sustaining Conference" @


Martin O'Shield's Software Defined Radio Demonstration before
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Gleacher Center

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The Entrepreneurship Thing

Monday, Nov 4, 2013, 3:00 PM until 8:30 PM

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Gleacher Center
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60611 USA
http://www.chicagobooth.edu/booth/images/header_home.gifhttp://goo.gl/J3VvcQ





" Biology is in a Digital Age "
Now digital code & DNA code can rapidly convert one into the other. 
We can NOW send "Digital Life"

Charlie Rose interviewing Craig Venter October 23, 2013

:-) Okay, I am going to play with Micro Biology with the
SDR boards I'm producing through the Electromagnetic Waves
:-)


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"All life (as) we know is DNA Software Code/Software, or DNA driven Software. 
So what we did is after reading the genetic code and converting it to the ones and zeros on the computer, we went the other way.   We started with Ones and Zeros to see if we can recapitulate life from the gnome.  4 bottles of gnome, we wrote 4 million lines of code took over a cell, and created a new species based upon the software
we wrote. 
The worlds of the genetic code, the chemicals A, C, G and T, are becoming interchangeable with the digital world, the ones and zeroes of computers, and we did this first with learning how to read the genetic code and converting the A, C, Gs and Ts into the computer code, and now we’ve been going the other direction, starting with ones and zeroes, re-writing the chemical code and then using that to create new life. So it’s a concept of the rapid interchangeability of DNA and digital information/(code), the applications (exists) that we can now send life at the speed of light;
send electromagnetic waves through the internet for example and recapitulate it at the other end
so in the future you’ll actually be able to download living things from your computer.
"

MIT Enterprise Forum

John Jonelis of Chicago Venture Magazine review of
The MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago

"The Future of Chicago Wireless Innovation"

Tuesday April 9, 2013 from 5:30 PM until 8:00 PM (CDT)

Citi Building - 2nd Floor (Ogilvie Transportion Center)
500 West Madison St
Chicago, IL 60661


"Martin, he show us new revolution.
But audience not understand it, 
so I translate in good English:

SDR stands for   Software Defined(s) Radio
.

Say you got an AT&T phone and can’t get your call thru ‘cause there is no tower near you. But the guy sitting next to you babbles away it seems like forever on his phone.  He’s got Verizon or something—no problem for him. Makes you want to clobber him! Am I right?

I watch him set up his technostuff and show us. A member of audience makes call on AT&T phone. Martin catches it and sends it to other phone in room—Verizon phone. It rings. We see whole hookup happen on screen! Imagine you put it in every cell tower. Customer experience makes great leap!  Cost drops to basement!

He says defense department try to develop this and cannot do it. Then private industry makes one, but it turns out way too expensive. Martin, his cost is only 1,000 bucks—hand-made! I bet he can make it for $200 mass produce.

How so cheap?  Can you believe that inside your worn-out laptop computer is Intel chip or AMD chip—either one—and both got the guts to do this job?  He uses teeny-weeny circuit board, 100 dollar laptop, and USB thingamajig.  That is it!

So I pull Galaxy out of pocket and look this up. I find Forbes article that shows SDR is already used by hackers. That makes me wonder if I understand what I just hear.  I can see this technology is real. But is scary. Hacker can hurt you and you cannot shoot them. I give you link to article.

You think I make this stuff up? I see it happen! Come to my place and we talk summore. Ludditis Shots ‘n Beer. We got potato pancakes better than Lithuania. I not even charge for sixth beer. Sveikes! "

http://chicagoventuremagazine.com/2013/04/20/unwired/

Defense Entrepreneurs Forum 2013

DEF 2013 brings together the brightest Military and
Civilian minds to share and promote innovation.


University of Chicago Booth School of Business
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, IL 60611

Saturday, October 12, 2013 at 8:00 AM -

Monday, October 14, 2013 at 11:30 AM (PDT)

http://def2013.com/event-registration/

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Illinois Institute of Technology Real-Time Communications Conference
The IIT RTC Conference and Expo is a globally recognized collaborative event, where industry and academia connect. Leveraging its unique academic setting, this annual conference brings together technical professionals and business executives from the data and telecommunications industry, standards bodies, policy and regulatory institutions, and academic educators and researchers to promote an open exchange of ideas to lead future development in the rapidly changing field of real-time communications.
The Conference is located at IIT Hermann Hall, 3241 South Federal, Chicago, IL 60616.
October 15 – 17, 2013 Illinois Institute of Technology Herman Hall
www.rtc-conference.com/presentation/?hid=107

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Mobile Monday Chicago relaunched in 2009 and since has grown into one of
Chicago's biggest technology networking organizations and presents
Google Android Birthday Party
Monday, October 28, 2013 

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Morningstar

22 West Washington Street,  7th Floor

Chicago, Illinois

Martin O'Shield of WindyCitySDR will demonstrate Software Defined Radio on Android Devices.   On September 11, 2013  WindyCitySDR commenced manufacturing Wideband Software Defined Radio MIMO devices within the Chicagoland area. Martin has been demonstrating a Prototype Software Defined Radio Device that covers all the Industries Motorola once dominated.
http://www.meetup.com/momo-chicago/events/136422952/

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The Entrepreneurship Thing

Monday, Nov 4, 2013, 3:00 PM until 8:30 PM

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Gleacher Center
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60611 USA
http://www.chicagobooth.edu/booth/images/header_home.gifhttp://goo.gl/J3VvcQ­

I shall be attending this event as well:
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Martin O'Shield showing the Chairman/CEO of Google the WindyCitySDR Patented Software Defined Radio device during the Chicago Council on Global Affairs:  THE NEW DIGITAL AGE: RESHAPING THE FUTURE OF PEOPLE, NATIONS, AND BUSINESS - See more at: http://www.thechicagocouncil.org/files/Event/FY13/05_May_13/The_New_Digital_Age.aspx#sthash.62afuc91.dpuf
Martin O'Shield showing
Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google, a patented Software Defined Radio device

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations, and Business
Thursday, May 16, 2013  Panel Discussion

I've previously demonstrated/presented Software Defined Radio before the following:

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Techweek LAUNCH

Greetings WindyCitySDR

Congratulations! You have been accepted into Techweek's LAUNCH competition in Startup City! On June 28, Startup City will showcase 70 startups featuring new technologies across multiple industries.
http://techweek.com/chicago/register/

Home

WindyCitySDR SELECTED FOR THE FUTURIST MAGAZINE’S
Futurists: BetaLaunch(F:BL) 2013 TECH SHOWCASE

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Bethesda, MD.  WindyCitySDR has been selected for inclusion in
THE FUTURIST MAGAZINE’s Futurists: BetaLaunch (F:BL), a technology and innovation showcase. Selected engineers, designers, and other future-makers will present their inventions to the 1,000 futurists expected to gather for WorldFuture 2013, the Society’s annual conference. The F:BL inductees receive a complimentary pass to the conference, to take place July19 at the Hilton, Chicago, where a Best In Show will be chosen.
http://www.wfs.org/WorldFuture_2013_Exploring_the_Next_Horizon

Chicago Public Safety Technology Summit 2012
November 15, 2012 | Hyatt Regency Chicago
http://www.emergencymgmt.com/events/Chicago-Public-Safety-Technology-Summit-2012.html

Bronzeville Visitor Information Center (3 Times)
http://www.bviconline.info/

Chicago Chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery
www.meetup.com/chicagoacm/members/13433244/

The Chicago Android & Google Technology Users Group (3 times):
October 20, 2012
March 20, 2013
June 16, 2013
www.Chicago-gtug.com &
http://www.Meetup.com/Chicago-Google/

AT&T Mobile App Hackathon - Chicago
http://www.eventbrite.com/event/6876918047

I created a customized version of Linux to enable rapid deployments of GSM Software Defined Radio Mobile Phone Networks & beyond entitled:

AndroidSDRv1001.iso Bootable / Installable LiveDVD / USB

AndroidSDRv1001.iso Bootable/Installable LiveDVD/USB

That's correct!  You can write complete Wireless/Radio Communication systems in software utilizing your General Purpose Processor, (Intel/AMD), to do layers the signaling processing of layers 1 through 3 entirely in software.

The above pictured 400 Mhz - 4,400 Mhz
SDR MIMO device shall be completed June 2014
(Due especially to all the complaints regarding unreliable
USB 3.0 & SDR devices)

Bare SDR boards compared with the (green) finished prototype populated with the components.

The green prototype board made in India next to the first batch of Chicagoland SDR PCB manufacturing




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