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  • Upcoming KerberosSDR Software Updates: Automatically Estimate TX Location and Navigate There
    by admin on 16th July 2019 at 10:26 am

    KerberosSDR is our 4x Coherent RTL-SDR that we've developed together with Othernet. It can be used for tasks such as direction finding and passive radar. KerberosSDR was successfully crowdfunded over on Indiegogo, and the first batch has already been shipped. Currently we are taking discounted pre-orders for a second production batch on Indiegogo. Please note that […]

  • Signals and Bits A New SDR Podcast by the President of the GNU Radio Project
    by SignalsEverywhere on 16th July 2019 at 7:16 am

    [Ben Hilburn] the president of the [GNU Radio Project] has recently started a new podcast called [Signals and Bits]. If you were unaware, GNU Radio is the defacto open source framework for implementing digital signal processing code. Without it, many SDR programs that we take for granted may have never been developed as it is […]

  • Artemis 3 Released: Offline Signal Identification Database
    by admin on 16th July 2019 at 7:13 am

    The Signal ID Wiki (sigidwiki) is our sister site that we started a few years ago as a way to collect and catalog various types of signals that an SDR user might see and hear on the airwaves. The idea is that a user could search the database to learn about and identify unknown signals. […]

  • rtlSpectrum: A New GUI for rtl_power
    by admin on 16th July 2019 at 6:24 am

    Thank you to Andrey for submitting news about the release of his new open source program called "rtlSpectrum". rtlSpectrum is a GUI for rtl_power, which allows you to scan a wide swath of bandwidth with an RTL-SDR dongle. The scan can then be plotted with rtlSpectrum, and peaks of activity can then be determined. Some […]

  • SignalsEverywhere: Creating a 2.4 GHz Amateur Television Station with a Barbie Camera
    by admin on 11th July 2019 at 10:22 am

    In this episode Corrosive from the SignalsEverywhere YouTube channel begins a series on reverse engineering an old 90's Barbie branded 2.4 GHz wireless camcorder toy, and using it for Amateur Radio TV. The camcorder toy consists of the wireless camera, and a base station that plugs into a TV. After taking the camcorder apart Corrosive […]

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