[Openradio] TheGlobalSquare development and open radio

Andrea Lawendel lawendel at gmail.com
Wed Feb 15 17:21:51 UTC 2012

There were a couple of DRM implementations for the ham radio community,
both for digital files transfer in the HF ham bands and voice contacts. One
of them was HamDream (http://www.qslnet.de/member/hb9tlk/), now
discontinued, the other is called WinDRM, which may well be currently
unsupported: http://n1su.com/windrm/

Very interesting, but if I understand it well Tribler is based on Bit
Torrent, not particularly healty according to this recent post:

Andy Lawendel, Milan


On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 6:02 PM, Rafael Diniz <rafael at riseup.net> wrote:

> Hi there!
> Hummm, I'm from Brazil and member of a free radio..
> Well, take a look at the Digital Radio Mondiale, which can transmit more
> then 100kbps in the VHF band (DRM+) using an equipment much like an FM
> transmitter.
> Using the DRM30 variation with can use the SW band to transmit data to
> "over the horizons" places. In this case bitrate ranges from ~16kbps to
> ~24kbps.
> Best regards,
> Rafael Diniz
> > Greetings,
> > I'm new to this list and I discovered your project trough a friend
> > involved with free radio in Brazil. I currently run the project
> > TheGlobalSquare, which is a p2p decentralized social network
> > attack/censorship resiliant which we are developing with the support of
> > Delft University of Technology and its software called Tribler. Our wiki
> > is at wiki.theglobalsquare.org . Our last release is at
> > theglobalsquare.org/call4coders .
> > I look forward to understand the possibilities of digital radio while
> > transferring files data. With this free and open software deployment
> > TheGlobalSquare and a free and open way to transfer the data (being in
> > public domain) I think we can do significant steps in direction of free
> > flow of information.
> > I look forward to hear from you, all the best, Hieroph4nt.
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