The future of radio engineering is not a technical one.
But it is a societal one, and the Internet has made it possible for engineers and technicians to get together in real time and collaborate on a variety of projects.
A new, all-encompassing, and much-improved version of the Internet radio interface, called the iRADIO, is now being developed by the Institute for Radio Engineering in the US, which has just announced that it is working on the next version of its programmable radio interface.
IRAely, or the Interconnection of Amateur Radio, is a programmable interface, which is designed to provide a simple and intuitive way to connect different kinds of devices and devices-for-ones-purpose.
For example, you could use this to connect your iPhone, or to connect a printer to your PC.
IRAeley allows you to connect the printer to a remote control, a speaker to a loudspeaker, or a television to a television receiver.
IRL has also developed a similar programmable device called the MIP, or Mini PicoPulse Interconnection, which it calls the “digital antenna.”
In the future, IRL is hoping to develop the iRadio, which will allow you to access radio stations, listen to podcasts, watch videos, and more.
But even as IRL aims to replace traditional radio, it also hopes to change the way that radio engineers think about radio design and engineering.
Radio engineers are still not entirely sure how to communicate with each other.
The concept of radio-like signals, or “signals,” is a little complicated, so it can be hard to get started.
But IRAelely says that the iRadio is going to change that.
If you’re working with a hobbyist radio project, this will make it much easier to get to know each other, and if you want to work on something bigger, you can just talk to each other and figure out how to get things done.
“Radio engineers tend to be very linear,” says Iraelely.
“We need to be flexible, but at the same time we need to communicate and work together to accomplish things.”
The IRAerely is a collaboration between the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, a part of the National Science Foundation, and IRL.
The goal is to create a universal interface that is as easy to use as possible.
Irahely says the IRAecy is a prototype of the interface.
“I think we have made some great progress,” he says.
“Now we’re working to develop an iRadio that will be fully commercialized.”