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I'm interested in porting software available for Amateur Radio to Ada as
a example of REAL programs that get wide useage written in Ada.

Topics include :
        Training :
                Technical / Electronics
                License Exams
                Morse Code
        Design and Analysis
                Antenna Design
                Circuit Design
        Operations Planning
                Propagation Prediction
                Emergency Communications Resource Planning
        Operating Modes/Support
                RTTY
                Packet/ radio networking
                APRS / GPS
                Contest Logging
                Amateur Satellites
                        On-Board Code
                        Ground Station Control
                Remote Control
                Distibuted Comm Control

Also some new equipment is avaliable as "rack" mounted gear where all
user interfaces are provided by a PC.  The "radio" has no display on
buttons, etc !!

Software in the rack box and the PC might be a good example to show
Ada's strength.

Much of this type of software is available in C, C++, and Java.  Have
you heard of any of these types of projects in Ada?


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"The difference between hardware and software is that the more you play
with hardware, the more likely you are to break it, but the more you
play with software the more likely you are to FIX it."

Bill Dale
N2RHV
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