Worth the Price of a (Fancy) Cup of Coffee?

Just a reminder that if you are getting some value out of the CSP Blog, I would appreciate it if you could make a donation to offset my costs: I do pay WordPress to keep ads off the site! I also pay extra for a class of service that allows me to post large data sets like the one for the Machine-Learner Challenge.





If everyone that derived value from the CSP Blog were to donate $5, I’d have enough leftover for at least a couple cups of fancy coffee.

Author: Chad Spooner

I'm a signal processing researcher specializing in cyclostationary signal processing (CSP) for communication signals. I hope to use this blog to help others with their cyclo-projects and to learn more about how CSP is being used and extended worldwide.

One thought on “Worth the Price of a (Fancy) Cup of Coffee?”

  1. Howdy Chad-
    Big fan, happy to donate. A few suggestions from the world of content creation:
    – You make a lot of cool graphics. TeeSpring makes it very easy to turn your original content into shirts and coffee mugs; I bet if you selected a handful of images, you could put together a poll on which ones folks would buy. I’ve made enough fancy CAF images to know that these are captivating to folks, and good conversation starters. A few of them even make great 3d-printed desk baubles.

    – In particular, in your gallery, there are a few images such as “Spectral Correlation for DSSS BPSK” that would make a solid play on the old Joy Division “Unknown Pleasures” design; also, your main banner images would be really cool, especially if turned into a 3d surface.

    – I don’t know what’s in your vault, but you could potentially charge a small admission fee for access.

    – In addition, many folks use patreon.com for monthly donations. If you had any particularly useful code to share, that you didn’t want to open source traditionally, that might be worth dropping in patreon.

    Thanks for your contributions, I’ve learned a lot.

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