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Snooping Network Traffic from LAN Cables with an RTL-SDR or HackRF
					
Mordechai Guri is a cyber-security security researcher at 
Israel's Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Recently Guri has 
described a method for sniffing network data from LAN Ethernet cables 
over an air gap through the use of RTL-SDR or HackRF software defined 
radios. Guri's paper is available directly here. The idea behind the 
attack is 
		
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dumphfdl: A Multichannel HFDL Decoder for SDR
					
Thank you to Tomasz Lemiech for writing in and sharing with us 
the release of his new software "dumphfdl". Tomasz is the author of 
dumpvdl2 and also maintains RTLSDR-Airband. Regarding dumphfdl Tomasz 
writes: dumphfdl is a multichannel HFDL decoder for Linux. HFDL (High 
Frequency Data Link) is a protocol used for radio communications 
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Release the KrakenSDR! CrowdFunding now on Crowd Supply
					
KrakenSDR is now available for crowdfunding on Crowd Supply. 
Thank you to all interested parties for your patience while we 
navigated recent pandemic-related delays. KrakenSDR is a 
five-channel, RX-only software-defined radio (SDR) based on the 
RTL-SDR and designed for phase-coherent applications and experiments. 
Phase-coherent SDR opens the door to some very interesting 
applications, including radio 
		
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DragonOS: Spectrum Detection and Logging with RTL-SDR, ANTSDR and 
SDR4space.lite
					
DragonOS is a ready to use Ubuntu Linux image that comes 
preinstalled with multiple SDR software packages. The creator Aaron 
also runs a YouTube channel showing how to use the various packages 
installed. In his latest video Aaron shows how to use the 
SDR4space.lite application to automatically log the spectrum with an 
RTL-SDR, as well 
		
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FutureSDR: An Async SDR Framework Implemented in Rust
					
FutureSDR is an experimental open source SDR framework (similar 
to GNU Radio) that is being developed by Bastian Bloessl. The idea 
behind the framework is that it is implemented in Rust, which is a 
programming language that supports async (asynchronous) code. The end 
result to the user should be faster, more portable and lower latency 
		
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Real-Time Radio Spectrum Map Database Demo with RTL-SDR and 
Android
					
Over on YouTube Dr. Diep N. Nguyen has posted a video showing 
work done to create a Real Time spectrum database by his team at 
University of Technology Sydney. The project involves the use of 
multiple RTL-SDR dongles and Android mobile devices to monitor the 
spectrum and make it accessible to requestors in real time. 
		
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RasPad 3.0 Review: Building a Portable Raspberry Pi 4 Tablet with 
Built in RTL-SDR
					
The Raspad 3.0 is a portable tablet enclosure for the Raspberry 
Pi 4B. It comes with a high resolution 1280 x 800 10.1 inch touch LCD 
screen, built in speakers, built in battery and a plastic enclosure 
that houses the LCD driver board and Raspberry Pi. Accessible on the 
side of the enclosure are the 
		
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CCERA Memo on Building Small Introductory 21cm Telescopes for use 
with SDRs
					
CCERA is the Canadian Centre for Experimental Radio Astronomy 
which is run by Marcus Leech who is well known for experimenting with 
low cost SDR based radio astronomy projects. In the past we've seen 
information from him about pulsar observations, meteor detections, 
solar transit observations, and hydrogen line observations. In his 
latest memo Marcus details 



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