As on 21st October 2007, we moved from blogspot domain at to the self hosted domain at https://dsplog.com. Over the last two years, the blog has grown quite a bit, and am reasonably happy with the progress. Let us look back at the positives and negatives over the last year.

## The positives

Around the same time last year (i.e in October 2007), we had around 65+ posts and 300+ subscribers. As on today, we have

- 100 posts
- 2200+ subscribers and
- 2600+ comments

Some of the new topics which we discussed this year are

As traffic statistics, we have around*

- 40,000 page views per month
- 16,000 visits per month
- Average visit time of 3 minutes, 40 seconds

The top 5 countries based on the visitor location are*

- US
- India
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- China

The top 5 articles are*

- Bit Error Probability for BPSK modulation
- BER for BPSK in Rayleigh channel
- Download free e-Book for error rates in AWGN
- Compare BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 16PSK, 64QAM etc
- Maximal Ratio Combining

* – based on Google Analytics data for September 2009

## The negatives

My goal is to maintain around 4 posts per month, but over the last two months or so, it dropped to two posts or sometimes one posts per month. I will put efforts to improve on that aspect.

## Feedback

I created a poll to collect your feedback on the **aspect you like most in dspLog**. You can **chose any one** from * Articles/Matlab-C code/Comments/Web page template*.

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**Note:** RSS/email subscribers need to visit the site for participating and seeing the results from the poll.

Thank you for your blog, it really helps me a lot although I have just found out your website recently. Keep your working, its very nice

@minh: Thanks. Glad to help. 🙂

@ Krishna Sankar : Thank you very much. I will definitely see that book..

Happy Birthday! dspLog.

@hugh: Thanks.

Sir,

I am B.E ECE Student interested in MIMO CDMA. I am trying to write codes in Matlab of my own. Can U tell me how can I develop in writing codes. Which books should I follow ? Your suggestions will be of immense help for me.

@krishna: Matlab is an easy language to learn and debug. Just start writing.

Some books which might be of interest will be :

Contemporary Communication Systems Using MATLAB

~ John G. Proakis, Masoud Salehi, Gerhard Bauch

Congrats dude! Good going!

@Sudeep: Thanks pal