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Been working with Linux for 20 years now, love the ability to tinker and see how things work. The lead me to working with Arduino and getting devices to connect to the Internet.

This is a follow up from last years presentation on 433Mhz and IoT devices. I was showing how to get the codes sent from devices and it piqued some people's interest in software defined radio.

Today any person can purchase a $25 device and with a laptop begin exploring the addicting hobby of software defined radio, so I will go through what it is and getting started yourself on sniffing the airwaves. Then we will have fun with some examples and eavesdrop on some rf devices.

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45 min
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LinuxFest Northwest 2019
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Security
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Easy