If you plan to come to NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, CA from March 17-21, come by and see us. The Deepwave team will be in the vendor exhibit area March 19-21. Stop by if you want to chat about the AIR-T, deep learning, or just want to check out the product before yours ships. There will also be a number of technical presentations focused on deep learning applications for radio frequency systems, including a talk by Deepwave.
We are excited to announce that we are kicking off the manufacturing run of the production model AIR-T this week! Bringing the first deep learning-centric software defined radio (SDR) from an idea to a commercial product has been a long and exciting engineering adventure. The AIR-T has a 12-layer PCB with over 1,300 components. On top of all that, we we want to supply our customers with a familiar and functional software interface for command, control, and operation of the platform. While we hope to get the AIR-T to our first backers sooner, our conservative estimate for final delivery is March 31. We would like to thank our supporters for their patience, generosity, and support.
Here are some photographs that we took of the final production model of the AIR-T.
Much more to come, so stay tuned!
We have put together a presentation explaining how to use GR-Wavelearner to deploy neural networks on the AIR-T, which consists of three steps: