Where Does Information for the KB Come From?

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Where Does Information for the KB Come From?

Where Does Information for the Knowledge Base Come From?

System Dependencies
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Content provided by: FlexRadio Systems Information Management Team

This is a very good question.

The purpose of the KB is to catalog and maintain information from various sources. Primarily, the main resource is FlexRadio engineers and FlexRadio users themselves. Official information concerning PowerSDR and SDR hardware will come directly from Flex Radio.

We have recognized that there is a lot of very pertinent information that comes directly from the Reflector. If a post or series of postings results in information that should be preserved for others, those e-mails will be condensed into a Knowledge Base article by the KB administrators.

FlexRadio has also identified "subject matter experts" who currently provide a wealth of information on numerous topics related to the SDR hardware and we will be using this group of people to contribute directly to the KB.  If you have a submission, please send it via e-mail to the KB Administrator for consideration.

Now, this isn't an exclusive group. On the contrary, there are many valuable submissions made from the FlexRadio users where they have formally written up on a wide range of topics from the theoretical to "how to" setups. This information will be evaluated and made into articles and posted in the most appropriate section in the KB.

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