SDR videos

Software-defined radio (SDR) technology can be used for many interesting technical experiments. With listening only SDR you can do many interesting things, but having a SDR that can also transmit opens many new doors. Here are some interesting videos related to SDR and cyber security:

Universal Radio Hacker – Replay Attack With HackRF

Download here: https://github.com/jopohl/urh

Radio Hacking: Cars, Hardware, and more! – Samy Kamkar – AppSec California 2016

Hacking Car Key Fobs with SDR

Getting Started With The HackRF, Hak5 1707

Hacking Ford Key Fobs Pt. 1 – SDR Attacks with @TB69RR – Hak5 2523

Hacking Ford Key Fobs Pt. 2 – SDR Attacks with @TB69RR – Hak5 2524

Hacking Ford Key Fobs Pt. 3 – SDR Attacks with @TB69RR – Hak5 2525

Hacking Restaurant Pagers with HackRF

Software Defined Spectrum Analyser – Hack RF

Locating Cellular Signal with HackRF Spectrum Analyzer SDR Software

GSM Sniffing: Voice Decryption 101 – Software Defined Radio Series #11

How To Listen To Trunked Police Radio And Why Im Done

Transmitting NTSC/ATSC Video With the HackRF One and Gnuradio

Check also Using a HackRF SDR to Sniff RF Emissions from a Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet and Obtain the PIN article.

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  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Decoding Automotive Key Fob Communication based on Manchester-encoded ASK Modulation
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-m5W-bRB-50

    Learn how to probe & capture key fob RF signals, hardware demodulate each burst/packet, and finally how to set up the scope to decode each transmitted message using the scope’s User-definable Manchester/NRZ Trigger and Decode option (DSOXT3NRZ/ DSOX4NRZ) on Keysight’s InfiniiVision 3000T and 4000A X-Series oscilloscopes.

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  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Broadcast Signal Intrusion with RPi Zero and an old rusty Guitar String

    https://pentestmag.com/broadcast-signal-intrusion-with-rpi-zero-and-an-old-rusty-guitar-string/

    #pentest #magazine #pentestmag #pentestblog #PTblog #broadcast #signal #intrusion #RPiZero #cybersecurity #infosecurity #infosec

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  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Get Your Weather Images Straight From The Satellite
    https://hackaday.com/2020/03/14/get-your-weather-images-straight-from-the-satellite/

    Josh] has a series called Ham Radio Crash Course and a recent installment covers how you can grab satellite images directly from weather satellites. This used to be more of a production than it is now thanks to software defined radio (SDR). Josh also has another project using a 3D printer to make an antenna suitable for the job.

    The software is the venerable WXtoImg program. This is abandonware, but the community has kept the software available. The program works on Linux, Windows, and Mac. The satellites in question operate around 137 MHz, but that’s easily in the range of even the cheap SDR dongles. [Josh] shows how to use a virtual audio cable on Windows to connect the output of the radio to the input of the WXtoImg program. Under Linux, you can do this with Pulse or Jack very easily without any extra hardware.

    How To Receive Images Directly From NOAA Satellites
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWWGDL5tC_I&feature=emb_logo

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  4. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Software Defined Everything With Mike Ossmann And Kate Temkin
    https://hackaday.com/2020/02/21/software-defined-everything-with-mike-ossmann-and-kate-temkin/

    Software defined radio has become a staple of the RF tinkerer, but it’s likely that very few of us have ever taken their software defined toolchain outside the bounds of radio. It’s an area explored by Mike Ossmann and Kate Temkin in their newly published Supercon talk as they use GNU Radio to do some things that you might find unexpected.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5TAfdYpC44&feature=emb_logo

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  5. Tomi Engdahl says:

    3.2 GHz Vector Signal Generator Tear Down
    https://hackaday.com/2020/03/17/3-2-ghz-vector-signal-generator-tear-down/

    [The Signal Path] snagged a fancy Rohde & Schwarz vector signal generator that can go up to 3.2 GHz, but sadly it wasn’t in working order. It powered up and even put out a 1 GHz signal, but the amplitude output was very wrong. Interestingly relative changes to the output were correct, it was just that the absolute output amplitude was off by quite a bit and changed with frequency. That started a detective job which you can follow along in the video below.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocSl8LtqzzM

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  6. Tomi Engdahl says:

    https://flipperzero.one/zero

    Flipper Zero is a portable multi-tool for pentesters and geeks in Tamagotchi body. It loves to hack digital stuff around such as radio protocols, access control systems, hardware and more. It’s fully opensource and customizable so you can extend it in whatever way you like.

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  7. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Receive Analog Video Radio Signals From Scratch
    https://hackaday.com/2020/05/31/receive-analog-video-radio-signals-from-scratch/

    DragonOS LTS SigDigger demodulating a 5 GHz analog video/FPV drone link (HackRF One, SigDigger)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxKs1MXwmp0&feature=emb_logo

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  8. Tomi Engdahl says:

    BAE Systems delivers first radiation-hardened RAD5545 software defined radios on their way to Lockheed Martin to support future space communication, national security, surveillance and weather missions

    BAE Systems delivers first radiation-hardened RAD5545 radios
    https://www.intelligent-aerospace.com/satcom/article/14179372/radiation-hardened-software-defined-radio

    RAD5545 software defined radios are on their way to Lockheed Martin to support future space missions.

    BAE Systems’ software defined radio is anchored by the RAD5545 single board computer (SBC), providing the most advanced radiation-hardened quad core general purpose processing solution available today to address future threats on a variety of missions. The system leverages modular and standard building blocks including a SpaceVPX chassis and backplane electrical connectors, Serial RapidIO and Spacewire interfaces, and a fully supported expansion port for a custom interface card.

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  9. Tomi Engdahl says:

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/electronichobycircuits/permalink/3428098367214848/
    Hurricane Watch Net for ISAIAS on NA5B WebSDR

    Hello all. For those who do not have their HF up and running, there is an alternative way to listen to the Hurricane Watch Net for hurricane ISAIAS which is going to hit Florida and the East coast states in the coming days.

    Here is a link for the WebSDR server that I have been running for some years, a 24/7 basis in Washington DC Area.

    Best regards

    Hurricane Watch Net ISAIAS 40 meter: http://na5b.com:8901/?tune=7268lsb

    Hurricane watch net ISAIAS 20 meter: http://na5b.com:8901/?tune=14326usb

    Main WebSDR server: http://na5b.com

    The Hurricane Watch Net: https://hwn.org

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  10. Tomi Engdahl says:

    A fully-contained software-defined radio solution in tablet form opens new doors for field testing.

    RadioSlate: A Software-Defined Radio Tablet
    https://www.hackster.io/news/radioslate-a-software-defined-radio-tablet-6fff2aac3ce5

    A fully-contained software-defined radio solution in tablet form opens new doors for field testing.

    Tools like signal and spectrum analyzers are extremely important in the RF world, however they can be extremely expensive pieces of equipment to purchase and not the most portable or space friendly. To fill the gap, software-defined radio (SDR) hardware and software has become extremely popular as much of a radio structure can be digitized to make use of less expensive RF circuitry and fit into a compact package.

    The market for SDRs has grown over the past few years as makers and hobbyists have sought out better understanding of the wireless capabilities of their hardware. Engineers in industry have also started taking advantage of SDRs for mobile testing setups in the field or just to take advantage of a tight lab bench.

    The RadioSlate serves as a sturdy aluminum tablet powered by an Intel M3 8100Y dual-core SoC for a CPU, an Arduino Leonardo for an MCU, Intel UHD Graphics 615 GPU, 8 GB LPDDR3 RAM, and 1024 x 600 pixel touchscreen. RadioSlate is a fully-contained computer loaded with Ubuntu LTE (but also supports Windows 10 if a user desired to re-image it).

    Alongside the standard dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2, RadioSlate contains a slot for either a LimeSDR Mini or HackRF One to connect to the CPU.

    https://www.crowdsupply.com/yian-it/radioslate

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  11. Tomi Engdahl says:

    We used a 1980s computer to talk to the SPACE STATION! Commodore 64 vs ISS
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WJVU1stPPlQ&feature=share

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  12. electronic says:

    We learned from the web that the Electronic Barking Dog Alarm has an electronic radar-wave sense management.
    The place where you need the motion to be detected is where you set
    the Electronic Barking Dog Alarm because solely motions from the rear and from the sides are detected.

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