CatSniffer is an original multiprotocol and multiband board made for sniffing and communicating with IoT (Internet of Things) devices. It was designed as a highly portable USB stick that integrates the new generation of the chips TI CC1352, Semtech SX1262, and Microchip SAMD21E17.
This board is an auditing tool for security researchers looking into IoT security. The board can be used with different types of software including third-party sniffers such as SmartRF Packet Sniffer, Sniffle, zigbee2mqtt, Z-Stack-firmware, our custom firmware, or you can even write your own firmware for your hacking needs.
It can also be (pre-)ordered here: https://electroniccats.com/store/catsniffer/
RadioWitness is a P25 public safety radio archive with a web application and support for cryptographically authenticated mirrors through Dat Protocol. Running this software requires two or more RTLSDR radios and one or more local P25 "Phase 1" public safety radio networks.
It looks like reading through the documentation alone will help in building a trunk tracker.
A self-hosted web radio management suite, including turnkey installer tools for the full radio software stack and a modern, easy-to-use web app to manage your stations. Built to run on even the most affordable VPS. Media manager, playlist manager, live DJ enabled. All done through the browser. Customizable users' player page. Supports listener requests. Can relay to other servers. REST API.
Way Docker-heavy. Written in PHP.
Analyze spectrograms created by rtl_power.
The best hacker's gadgets for Red Team pentesters and security researchers.
A global network of satellite ground stations, designed as an open source participatory project. A machine readable crowdsourced satellite information database. Built from readily available and affordable tools and resources. Concentrates on satellites in LEO. A significant amount of work is involved so you won't be able to just throw up an RTL-SDR and get going. Designed to be built using readily available materials and access to basic tools and machinery using 3D printers and CNC as provided by average hackerspaces.
LibreTime makes it easy to run your own online or terrestrial radio station. Check out some features and screenshots, then install it and start broadcasting!
Software for investigating unknown wireless protocols. Plug in an SDR and go. Helps you figure out how to demodulate signals, record and transmit signals, generate an overview, write or customize decoding routines to get a clearer picture, annotate and label the signals, fuzz devices (with a transmit-capable SDR), and run simulations of the protocols' state machines.
In the Arch Linux Community package collection.
An AX.25 packet radio chat protocol with support for digital signatures and binary compression. Like IRC over radio. Note that, because encrypted messages are illegal on ham bands, messages are signed to prevent spoofing but are not encrypted. Requires a TNC to send AX.25 - Direwolf is recommended.
An opensource clone of Grooveshark - web-based music manager that pulls from Youtube, Soundcloud, and so forth.
Need some help finding frequencies for your iPod to transmit to your car on? Look here first!
Homepage of the PLA. Fun stuff, here!
Radio hams and techies in Maryland, Virginia, and DC get together to throw a flea market for geeks. Bring cash.
Ever wanted to listen in on air traffic controller comm traffic?
A Frequently Asked Questions file about phonetic alphabets. Covers the phonetic alphabets of multiple countries and military forces.
A wiki for documenting and discussing radio broadcasts - short, medium, and longwave as well as anomalies, mysteries, oddities, and pirate radio.
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