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Wednesday, April 24 • 13:00 - 13:45
Intro to Software Defined Radio (SDR) and why you might care.

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Software defined radio (SDR) is a radio comm system where components that are implemented in hardware are now done in software (Winmodems!). What could this mean for you? SDR's are now consumer affordable and through the use of open source software, correct antennas, and some python you can configure a SDR device to receive transmissions from the ISS, download weather images from NOAA, hack a crane (RFQuack), turn on a light bulb, control an RC car, be a cell phone tower and run your own mobile site, or build an IMSI catcher. Fun stuff!

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avatar for Gurjeet Clair

Gurjeet Clair

Performance Test Engineer, Sigmast Communications
Gurjeet is a performance QA testing human who doesn't work in infosec at all, neat! A human who likes to to do various things in multiple fields, a fan and hobbyist of all things related to hacking and phreaking since discovering Phrack and other 'zines via BBS's while in high school... Read More →


Wednesday April 24, 2019 13:00 - 13:45
Room A4
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