Re: Introductions

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On Monday 31 December 2007, Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
> On Dec 31, 2007 8:17 AM, Lamar Owen <lowen@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Good morning, and an early Happy New Year to everyone.

> Ahh the place I always wanted to work :). Congrats to see you Lamar..

Yes, Smooge, you're one of the ones I recognize, having seen you around for 
several years on the lists....

> Wow.. that seems like a lot of stuff added since 1994.. or better
> advertised.

Yes, we've added a lot.  The place was pretty empty when PARI took over the 
site.  Getting ready to add more, too....getting the OC3 last April was a 
serious boon to our credibility.  Getting it extended through March 2010 was 
even better.

> What are the licenses for AIPS? I havent looked at it since I think
> early 1990s (or I am thinking of a different project.. I am on Nyquil
> at the moment.).

AIPS and CASA (when CASA is released) are both under GPL v2.

> Congrats on the CIO position... and I will look at the GNUradio stuff.

Many thanks!

The USRP with DBRX works pretty good for hydrogen spectroscopy; join the 
GNUradio lists, and ask for Marcus Leech to find out more about its use in 
radio astronomy (he's the author of the radio astronomy GNUradio samples).
Lamar Owen
Chief Information Officer
Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute
1 PARI Drive
Rosman, NC  28772

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