[opensource] Presentation on SPLAT! radio propagation modelling software

Trent Arms trent.arms at gmail.com
Sat May 13 15:39:16 EDT 2006

Personally, I like the idea.  I'm all for it.  It's actually the kind of
thing I'd use quite a bit, I think.

On 5/13/06, Adam Porr <porr.4 at osu.edu> wrote:
> Hi all
> I am trying to determine if there is any interest in a presentation on
> SPLAT! for the Amateur Radio Club, and I figured it would be good to
> include the opensource folks if anyone is interested. SPLAT! is a free
> (GPL) software package that can determine the coverage, propagation
> loss, and line-of-sight path information for a radio transmitter.  For
> more information, check out the amateur radio club wiki at:
> http://www.illona.org/w8lt/wiki/SplatTutorial
> http://www.illona.org/w8lt/wiki/PropagationReport
> Why might non-amateur radio people be interested? Wireless networks
> use a frequency band in which line-of-sight propagtion is necessary.
> By using SPLAT!, you can determine the range of your wireless network.
> Also, you can input two locations and determine if you can create a
> link between those two locations.
> Between the two clubs, if there is enough interest I'd be happy to do
> a presentation on SPLAT!.
> Adam
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