DL35, Germany special event….
The DARC honors 35 years of SDR-technology with special callsign and special-DOK. In order to acknowledge the high importance of digital signal processing for communications technology in general and amateur radio in particular, a special event station ‘DL35SDR‘ will be active from the greater Munich area throughout the year 2020. The Special-DOK “35SDR” was issued for this station.
Today, digital signal processing via Software Defined Radio (SDR) is the generally accepted standard for decoding and generating of radio signals.
Prof. Dr.- Ing. habil. Ulrich L. Rohde, DJ2LR / N1UL, was the first describing the possibilities and perspectives of SDR in a congress lecture at the “Third International Conference on HF Communication Systems and Techniques” in London in February 1985 (classified). The title was: “A Sampling of Techniques”.
DJ2LR / N1UL, member of DARC Amateur Radio Club Munich South (C18) is recognized as one of the pioneers of SDR technology 35 years ago.