NotPike

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  1. Compact Timberwolf Frame /w OEM Glock 19 parts. Yep, bad things do suck.
  2. Yah please do! I use osmocom_fft when I recorded raw IQ data and use inspection to view the signal. Inspection is a good tool because it can measure the simble rate. I would check out the HackRF and the YSO.
  3. If you want to replay the signal you'll need to record the IQ data. Which SDR are you using? This video might answer your question too. https://greatscottgadgets.com/sdr/11/
  4. Here's two projects that have done what you nees. You can find GRC examples under the apps folder. -=WiFi=- https://github.com/bastibl/gr-ieee802-11 -=GSM=- https://github.com/ptrkrysik/gr-gsm
  5. Have you used one yet? What do you think of it?
  6. The YSO transmitting my FCC ID in the background just to keep this little operation legal. Also making it encrypted will be violating my ham license.
  7. Cool! I just wrapped mine in shrink wrap.
  8. HackRF Software Defined Radio TX/RX 1MHz to 6GHz Half-duplex transceiver (One antenna port to TX/RX, can't do both at the same time) Bandwidth: 20MHz Oscillator sensitivity (Timing): ~30PPM YARD_Stick_One Software Controlled Radio: Modulation, filters, bandwidth all handled by the hardware but still controlled via software. Uses a TI CC1111 for the radio controller TX/RX 300-348 MHz, 391-464 MHz, and 782-928 MHz Supported Modulations: ASK, OOK, GFSK, 2-FSK, 4-FSK, MSK Supports Frequency Hopping Uses RFcat as a controller via a Python environment Ubertooth_One Software Controlled Radio: Modulation, filters, bandwidth all handled by the hardware but still controlled via software. Uses a TI CC2400 2.4GHz Transceiver Supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee Software_Defined_Radio_Mobile_Kit() HackRF + YARD_Stick_One + Ubertooth_One == Software_Defined_Radio_Mobile_Kit Hoped this helps! :D
  9. No clue! Threw me for a loop when I first got the remote.
  10. I just started using this OS last week and holy cow dose it have power! It's claim to fame is that it compartmentalizes sessions by running mutable VM's. For example, there's a VM (sys-net) that controls you networking hardware, another VM that acts as a firewall (sys-firewall) which routes all traffic to your working VM. It's based off of Fedora-23 and uses the Xen Hypervisor to manage it's VM's. There's also built in TOR support with Whonix. You can also do more complex tasks like analyze untrusted services using a throw away VM and not worry about effecting the rest of your system. https://www.qubes-os.org
  11. sdr

    I'm not to familiar with using Audacity but have you ever tried inspectrum? It has more features then Audacity like outputting signal values and a tool to determine the symbol rate.
  12. Try running it as root or use sudo. Name@Computer:~$ sudo python top2.py Also that's an interesting way to repeat the command 10 times. It's not wrong don't get me wrong but it's a way to keep the 10101010... preamble from being transmitted 10 times instead of using the repeat feature of the RFxmit() function.