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  1. I just purchased the SDR starter kit and I am trying to get it working on Windows 7. However, I cannot seem to find a driver package for it. Where might I locate it?
  2. Hi, i'm a Master student in electronics and i pretend to implement a SDR system however i'm still not sure if the best option would be buy or build one. The major difficulty need for the system is the frequency range that must start on 10MHz at least. I have looked for the Hack RF One, but i found out is necessary to apply an antenna to the device and in this case the frequency range will change. Do you know any possible adaptation to the Hack RF ONE to make it possible to have a frequency range starting closer to 10 MHz? I have been also searching for the main builders like National Instruments and Ettus Research but the only option suitable it would be the USRP N200 with the daughterboard UBX40RF but the price will be like 2400$ So i'm asking if you have any tip for use Hack RF in a frequency start about 10 MHz or if you know any other possibly suitable device. In the case i don't find any suitable SDR device, i will try to build one so any for starting that it would be also a good help. Thanks.
  3. SORRY IF I HAVE PUT IT IN THE WORNG FORUM I personally feel like i am missing a ton of interesting things about the HackRF (mainly videos and tutorials). there have been a 2 or 3 episodes about this on hak5. my questions: 1) is or/are there anyone who makes tutorials about the HackRF (have been looking around but cant find any clear videos or a channel). 2) does the HackRF work with automation gates? 3) is Hak5 going to make more videos about the HackRF? many thanks in advance
  4. So I have been playing around with a rtl sdr for a few days and really love how much it can do using mostly software. So I am now wondering if a software package could be created that interfaces a computer with an antenna and run pineapple on it. It could either work through USB radio converters like the RTL_SDR or onboard wireless cards since many new motherboards come with them. If this is possible I'm sure it would get a lot more people interested in pineapple and experimenting with it. Personally software like this would help me out a great deal since my motherboard already has two sma connections on the back that I could use. I think this could really help get more people into pineapple and expanding the hak5 community. Any idea if this is possible @Sebkinne ? If anyone has any comments about this please share them.
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