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Daniel Hooper - An Introduction to Software Defined Radio by Cowboy Dan (Phreaknic 12) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Daniel Hooper - An Introduction to Software Defined Radio by Cowboy Dan (Phreaknic 12)

        Software Defined Radio (SDR) is the latest (and possibly last) iteration of radio communication technology. Traditional radio technology is very hardware-oriented, and somewhat inaccessible to the software-hacking community. NO LONGER! With a fixed piece of hardware such as the Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP), we can emulate many different kinds of traditional hardware, from CW Morse-code type transmissions, all the way up to digital QAM, HDTV, and beyond. This presentation will demonstrate how to get set up with GNU Radio and the USRP
hardware. We will perform a few simple tasks such as receiving radio and TV. The goal is to get most people in the audience comfortable with the setup process so that they can start experimenting.


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http://blip.tv/file/get/Irongeek-danielhooperanintroductiontosoftwaredefinedradiobycowboydan117.avi

 

Thanks to the Phreaknic crew, SkyDog, Lady Merlin and the A/V team SomeNinjaMaster, Night Carnage, Greg, Brimstone, Poiu Poiu, Mudflap, and Drunken Pirate for setting up the rigs and capturing the video.

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