Ive always wondered if Discord (a website where gamers usually chat and voice) would allow such things related to radio communications, because Im trying to create a server that would allow for that to happen, because it might come in handy too if someone is trying to identify with their SDR or about signals, problem is, theres A TON of users, and it might lead to spam, which was part of the reason why I didnt do it yet. Cartoonman, give me some help here.... Should I name it "signal identification server"?
Discord has no limits on what kind of servers you can have, as long as the subject matter isn't inherently hateful. As for worrying about spam, people can only join the server if you have an invite link posted somewhere (which can be set to expire, or never expire) and there are settings for the server you can edit that only allows people above different selectable levels of account verification to chat or use voice to help prevent potential spambots. You might have to have a moderation team however, in the potential case that it does get crowded. It's hard telling. --Fiber (talk) 10:40, 19 November 2017 (NZDT)
Thats part of the reason why its so difficult because 1, The "users", "moderators", and "owners" need a specific name, because you want to be as user friendly as possible, and the subject matter is of course "radio", including signal identification, reporting to this wiki of any unidentified signals (note the max amount of sound/video files is always (in MB) 8MB. Especially because some files are very very large on here, the samples need different formats (discord uses opus, usually), along with compression. An IQQuadrature signals form the basis of complex RF signal modulation and demodulation, both in hardware and in software, as well as in complex signal analysis. file can be sent as a drive link or whatever (links are postable in discord servers too), Im still thinking about it but I still need help with naming stuff. Ywsia1
I will be modifying a lot of pages, especially in the unknown signals section, that have wrong, repetitive, misleading, or bogus information. The pages will not get deleted, but will be looking more formatted and appealing for the public/authors of the page(s). This should save on a lot of clutter, making things (hopefully) a tad faster, and performance (maybe) a bit better. -- >Ywsia1 Yalek W. (talk)