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Title : rtl-sdr.com

Description : RTL-SDR (RTL2832U) and software defined radio news
and projects. Also featuring Airspy, HackRF, FCD, SDRplay and more.

Title : YouTube Tutorial: Eavesdropping on DECT6.0 Cordless Phones
with a HackRF and GR-DECT2

Description : Back in December of last year Corrosive from
his YouTube channel SignalsEverywhere showed us a demo video
of him receiving unecrypted DECT digital cordless phones with
his HackRF. DECT is an acronym for 'Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunications', and is the wireless standard used by
modern digital cordless phones as well as some digital baby
monitors. […]

Content :  Back in December of last year Corrosive from his YouTube
channel SignalsEverywhere  showed us a demo video  of him receiving
unecrypted DECT digital cordless phones with his HackRF. 

Title : 3D Printed V-Dipole Holder for Our RTL-SDR Blog Multipurpose
Dipole Kit

Description : Over on Thingiverse user f16v1per has created a 3D
printed bracket that can help with securely holding our multipurpose
dipole kit at a 120 degree angle, which is the perfect angle to use
when in a V-Dipole configuration. A V-Dipole is simply a dipole
antenna spread at 120 degrees, placed horizontal to the ground,
and typically […]

Content :  Over on Thingiverse user f16v1per has created a  3D
printed bracket that can help with securely holding our multipurpose
dipole kit at a 120 degree angle , which is the perfect angle to
use when in a V-Dipole configuration. A V-Dipole is simply a dipole
antenna spread at 120 degrees, placed horizontal to the ground,
and typically oriented in a North-South direction for receiving
weather satellites. 

Title : Radwave Beta: Android RTL-SDR RF Analyzer App with Spectrum
Pause and Rewind Features

Description : Radwave is a recently released Android App for RTL-SDR
dongles. It provides a real time waterfall of the RF spectrum,
and it's defining feature is that you can easily zoom, pause and
rewind the spectrum at any time. The software is currently in beta,
and doesn't demodulate any signals, but the work and ideas behind
[…]

Content :      Radwave Screenshot  

Title : Tracking Radiosondes with an RTL-SDR and Radiosonde_Auto_RX

Description : A radiosonde is a small sensor and radio package
normally attached to a weather balloon. Meteorological agencies
around the world typically launch two balloons a day from several
locations to gather data for weather prediction. With an RTL-SDR,
appropriate antenna and decoding software it is possible to decode
the telemetry signal and gather the weather […]

Content :  A radiosonde is a small sensor and radio package normally
attached to a weather balloon. Meteorological agencies around the
world typically launch two balloons a day from several locations
to gather data for weather prediction. With an RTL-SDR, appropriate
antenna and decoding software it is possible to decode the telemetry
signal and gather the weather data yourself. You can also use the
GPS data to chase and collect the fallen radiosonde package. We
have a tutorial on setting up a basic radiosonde decoder in Windows
here . 

Title : SDR Talks from FOSDEM 2019: EM Attacks with RTL-SDR and
Neural Networks, Radio Telescopes, GNU Radio in 2019 and more!

Description : FOSDEM is a large yearly conference where thousands
of open source developers gather in Brussels. This years FOSDEM
was held between 2-3 February, and within the last few days the
talks have been uploaded to YouTube. Below we post some SDR/Radio
related talks that we've found interesting. Performing Low-cost
Electromagnetic Side-channel Attacks using RTL-SDR and […]

Content :   FOSDEM  is a large yearly conference where thousands
of open source developers gather in Brussels. This years FOSDEM
was held between 2-3 February, and within the last few days the
talks have been uploaded to YouTube. Below we post some SDR/Radio
related talks that we've found interesting. 

Title : SignalsEverywhere PlutoSDR Videos: Applying the Frequency
Extension and Dual Core CPU Hacks and Running on SDR#

Description : Over on the SignalsEverywhere YouTube channel,
Corrosive has uploaded two new videos about the PlutoSDR. The
PlutoSDR is a low cost (typically $99 - $149) RX/TX capable SDR with
up to 56 MHz of bandwidth and 70 MHz to 6 GHz frequency range. It
also has an onboard FPGA and ARM Cortex-A9 CPU. By default […]

Content :  Over on the  SignalsEverywhere  YouTube channel, Corrosive
has uploaded two new videos about the PlutoSDR. The PlutoSDR is
a low cost (typically $99 - $149) RX/TX capable SDR with up to 56
MHz of bandwidth and 70 MHz to 6 GHz frequency range. It also has
an onboard FPGA and ARM Cortex-A9 CPU. 

Title : Running SDR# in a Windows Virtual Machine on Linux

Description : Thanks to John Jackson of JRMagnetics for writing in
and letting us know about his post on installing SDR# onto a Windows
Virtual Machine (VM) running on Fedora Linux. As John notes, running
SDR software from within a virtual machine essentially freezes a
working version of your setup in a virtual image. It's then possible
[…]

Content :  Thanks to John Jackson of JRMagnetics for writing in and
letting us know about  his post on installing SDR# onto a Windows
Virtual Machine (VM) running on Fedora Linux . 

Title : New SDR# Plugin Adds Support for Contour Shuttle USB
Controllers

Description : The Contour Shuttle Express and Pro V2 are USB
controller accessories for PCs. They consist of a knob-like wheel
with multiple buttons and they are designed as a keyboard replacement
for improving the productivity of video/photo editors. However,
several people have found them useful for controlling software
defined radio receiver programs like SDR#. Recently SDR# […]

Content :      Contour ShuttlePro V2  


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