martedì 26 settembre 2017

TEST - SMART INSTALL rtl_433 receiver ON WINDOWS WORKSTATION AND VMWARE ...

SMART INSTALL rtl_433 receiver ON WINDOWS WORKSTATION AND VMWARE WITH RTL SDR

rtl_433 turns your Realtek RTL2832 based DVB dongle into a 433.92MHz generic data receiver quick and easy installation.

Tools used: 
  • VMware Workstation Player
  • GNU Radio Live SDR Environmento
  • merbanan/rtl_433

Install Requirements:

Windows system machine with 4gb of ram and dual core processor, rtl sdr device.


Pre Installation
  • Download GNU Radio Live SDR Environment 3.7.11
  • Download VMware Workstation Player
  • Install VMware Workstation Player
  • Start VMware Workstation Player
  • Create a new virtual machine , installer disc image file (iso) with GNU Radio Live SDR Environment image
  • Open virtual machine
  • Download rtl_433-master.zip from Link: https://github.com/merbanan/rtl_433
  • Install rtl_433
​installation rtl_433:

Download rtl_433-master.zip from Link: https://github.com/merbanan/rtl_433

Unpack the source code and reneame directory in rtl_433

Open terminal to the top level directory rtl_433 and insert command:

cd rtl_433/
autoreconf --install
./configure
make
sudo make install

Running:

Default receive mode, attempt to decode all known devices,open terminal insert:



rtl_433 -G

Debug Mode (Recommended is very interesting) ,open terminal insert:

rtl_433 -G -D

or/and change frequency example:

rtl_433 -f 433.8e6 -D

or/and explore other ISM Band:

rtl_433 -f 315.92e6 -D
rtl_433 -f 433.92e6 -D (Default)
rtl_433 -f 868.92e6 -D (Tested message detected and debuged!)
rtl_433 -f 915.92e6 -D




More option:




CommandDescription
rtl_433 -G Default receive mode, attempt to decode all known devices
rtl_433 -p NN -R 1 -R 9 -R 36 -R 40 Typical usage: Enable device decoders for desired devices. Correct rtl-sdr tuning error (ppm offset).
rtl_433 -a Will run in analyze mode and you will get a text description of the received signal.
rtl_433 -A Enable pulse analyzer. Summarizes the timings of pulses, gaps, and periods. Can be used in either the normal decode mode, or analyze mode.
rtl_433 -a -t Will run in analyze mode and save a test file per detected signal (gfile###.data). Format is uint8, 2 channels.
rtl_433 -r file_name Play back a saved data file.
rtl_433 file_name Will save everything received from the rtl-sdr during the session into a single file. The saves file may become quite large depending on how long rtl_433 is left running. Note: saving signals into individual files wint rtl_433 -a -t is preferred.
rtl_433 -F json -U | mosquitto_pub -t home/rtl_433 -l Will pipe the output to network as JSON formatted MQTT messages. A test MQTT client can be found in tests/mqtt_rtl_433_test.py.
rtl_433 -f 433535000 -f 434019000 -H 15 Will poll two frequencies with 15 seconds interval.

Help:


rtl_433 -h
 
Usage: = Tuner options =
 [-d <RTL-SDR USB device index>] (default: 0)
 [-g <gain>] (default: 0 for auto)
 [-f <frequency>] [-f...] Receive frequency(s) (default: 433920000 Hz)
 [-H <seconds>] Hop interval for polling of multiple frequencies (default: 600 seconds)
 [-p <ppm_error] Correct rtl-sdr tuner frequency offset error (default: 0)
 [-s <sample rate>] Set sample rate (default: 250000 Hz)
 [-S] Force sync output (default: async)
 = Demodulator options =
 [-R <device>] Enable only the specified device decoding protocol (can be used multiple times)
 [-G] Enable all device protocols, included those disabled by default
 [-l <level>] Change detection level used to determine pulses [0-16384] (0 = auto) (default: 0)
 [-z <value>] Override short value in data decoder
 [-x <value>] Override long value in data decoder
 [-n <value>] Specify number of samples to take (each sample is 2 bytes: 1 each of I & Q)
 = Analyze/Debug options =
 [-a] Analyze mode. Print a textual description of the signal. Disables decoding
 [-A] Pulse Analyzer. Enable pulse analyzis and decode attempt
 [-I] Include only: 0 = all (default), 1 = unknown devices, 2 = known devices
 [-D] Print debug info on event (repeat for more info)
 [-q] Quiet mode, suppress non-data messages
 [-W] Overwrite mode, disable checks to prevent files from being overwritten
 [-y <code>] Verify decoding of raw data (e.g. "{25}fb2dd58") with enabled devices
 = File I/O options =
 [-t] Test signal auto save. Use it together with analyze mode (-a -t). Creates one file per signal
   Note: Saves raw I/Q samples (uint8 pcm, 2 channel). Preferred mode for generating test files
 [-r <filename>] Read data from input file instead of a receiver
 [-m <mode>] Data file mode for input / output file (default: 0)
   0 = Raw I/Q samples (uint8, 2 channel)
   1 = AM demodulated samples (int16 pcm, 1 channel)
   2 = FM demodulated samples (int16) (experimental)
   3 = Raw I/Q samples (cf32, 2 channel)
   Note: If output file is specified, input will always be I/Q
 [-F] kv|json|csv Produce decoded output in given format. Not yet supported by all drivers.
  append output to file with :<filename> (e.g. -F csv:log.csv), defaults to stdout.
 [-C] native|si|customary Convert units in decoded output.
 [-T] specify number of seconds to run
 [-U] Print timestamps in UTC (this may also be accomplished by invocation with TZ environment variable set).
 [<filename>] Save data stream to output file (a '-' dumps samples to stdout)

Supported device protocols:
 
    [01]* Silvercrest Remote Control
    [02]  Rubicson Temperature Sensor
    [03]  Prologue Temperature Sensor
    [04]  Waveman Switch Transmitter
    [05]* Steffen Switch Transmitter
    [06]* ELV EM 1000
    [07]* ELV WS 2000
    [08]  LaCrosse TX Temperature / Humidity Sensor
    [09]* Template decoder
    [10]* Acurite 896 Rain Gauge
    [11]  Acurite 609TXC Temperature and Humidity Sensor
    [12]  Oregon Scientific Weather Sensor
    [13]  Mebus 433
    [14]* Intertechno 433
    [15]  KlikAanKlikUit Wireless Switch
    [16]  AlectoV1 Weather Sensor (Alecto WS3500 WS4500 Ventus W155/W044 Oregon)
    [17]* Cardin S466-TX2
    [18]  Fine Offset Electronics, WH2 Temperature/Humidity Sensor
    [19]  Nexus Temperature & Humidity Sensor
    [20]  Ambient Weather Temperature Sensor
    [21]  Calibeur RF-104 Sensor
    [22]* X10 RF
    [23]* DSC Security Contact
    [24]* Brennenstuhl RCS 2044
    [25]  GT-WT-02 Sensor
    [26]  Danfoss CFR Thermostat
    [27]* Energy Count 3000 (868.3 MHz)
    [28]* Valeo Car Key
    [29]  Chuango Security Technology
    [30]  Generic Remote SC226x EV1527
    [31]  TFA-Twin-Plus-30.3049 and Ea2 BL999
    [32]  Fine Offset Electronics WH1080/WH3080 Weather Station
    [33]  WT450
    [34]  LaCrosse WS-2310 Weather Station
    [35]  Esperanza EWS
    [36]  Efergy e2 classic
    [37]* Inovalley kw9015b rain and Temperature weather station
    [38]  Generic temperature sensor 1
    [39]  WG-PB12V1
    [40]* Acurite 592TXR Temp/Humidity, 5n1 Weather Station, 6045 Lightning
    [41]* Acurite 986 Refrigerator / Freezer Thermometer
    [42]  HIDEKI TS04 Temperature, Humidity, Wind and Rain Sensor
    [43]  Watchman Sonic / Apollo Ultrasonic / Beckett Rocket oil tank monitor
    [44]  CurrentCost Current Sensor
    [45]  emonTx OpenEnergyMonitor
    [46]  HT680 Remote control
    [47]  S3318P Temperature & Humidity Sensor
    [48]  Akhan 100F14 remote keyless entry
    [49]  Quhwa
    [50]  OSv1 Temperature Sensor
    [51]  Proove
    [52]  Bresser Thermo-/Hygro-Sensor 3CH
    [53]  Springfield Temperature and Soil Moisture
    [54]  Oregon Scientific SL109H Remote Thermal Hygro Sensor
    [55]  Acurite 606TX Temperature Sensor
    [56]  TFA pool temperature sensor
    [57]  Kedsum Temperature & Humidity Sensor
    [58]  blyss DC5-UK-WH (433.92 MHz)
    [59]  Steelmate TPMS
    [60]  Schrader TPMS
    [61]* LightwaveRF
    [62]  Elro DB286A Doorbell
    [63]  Efergy Optical
    [64]  Honda Car Key
    [65]* Template decoder
    [66]  Fine Offset Electronics, XC0400
    [67]  Radiohead ASK
    [68]  Kerui PIR Sensor
    [69]  Fine Offset WH1050 Weather Station
    [70]  Honeywell Door/Window Sensor
    [71]  Maverick ET-732/733 BBQ Sensor
    [72]* RF-tech
    [73]  LaCrosse TX141TH-Bv2 sensor
    [74]  Acurite 00275rm,00276rm Temp/Humidity with optional probe
    [75]  LaCrosse TX35DTH-IT Temperature sensor
    [76]  LaCrosse TX29IT Temperature sensor
    [77]  Vaillant calorMatic 340f Central Heating Control
    [78]  Fine Offset Electronics, WH25 Temperature/Humidity/Pressure Sensor
    [79]  Fine Offset Electronics, WH0530 Temperature/Rain Sensor
    [80]  IBIS beacon
    [81]  Oil Ultrasonic STANDARD FSK
    [82]  Citroen TPMS
    [83]  Oil Ultrasonic STANDARD ASK
    [84]  Thermopro TP11 Thermometer
    [85]  Solight TE44
    [86]  Wireless Smoke and Heat Detector GS 558
    [87]  Generic wireless motion sensor
    [88]  Toyota TPMS
    [89]  Ford TPMS
    [90]  Renault TPMS

* Disabled by default, use -R n or -G


lunedì 25 settembre 2017

TEST - SMART INSTALL rtl-wmbus receiver ON WINDOWS WORKSTATION AND VMWAR...

SMART INSTALL rtl-wmbus receiver ON WINDOWS WORKSTATION AND VMWARE WITH RTL SDR

rtl-wmbus: software defined receiver for Wireless-M-Bus with RTL-SDR quick and easy installation.

Tools used: 
  • VMware Workstation Player
  • GNU Radio Live SDR Environmento
  • xaelsouth/rtl-wmbus

Install Requirements:

Windows system machine with 4gb of ram and dual core processor, hackrf or rtl sdr device.


Pre Installation
  • Download GNU Radio Live SDR Environment 3.7.11
  • Download VMware Workstation Player
  • Install VMware Workstation Player
  • Start VMware Workstation Player
  • Create a new virtual machine , installer disc image file (iso) with GNU Radio Live SDR Environment image
  • Open virtual machine
  • Download xaelsouth-rtl-wmbus-master.zip from Link: https://github.com/xaelsouth/rtl-wmbus
  • Install rtl-wmbusDecoder
​installation rtl-wmbus:

Download xaelsouth-rtl-wmbus-master.zip from Link: https://github.com/xaelsouth/rtl-wmbus

Unpack the source code

Open terminal to the top level directory rtl-wmbus-master and insert command:

make

Running:

Open terminal to the top level directory rtl-wmbus-master and then use one of these three options:

To save IQ-stream on disk and decode them off-line:
 
rtl_sdr samples.bin -f 868.9M -s 1600000cat samples.bin | build/rtl_wmbus

To run continuously:

rtl_sdr -f 868.9M -s 1600000 - 2>/dev/null | build/rtl_wmbus

To count "good" (no 3 out of 6 errors, no checksum errors) packets:

cat samples.bin | build/rtl_wmbus 2>/dev/null | grep "[T,C]1;1;1" | wc -l

Carrier-frequency given at "-f" must be set properly. With my DVB-T-Receiver I had to choose carrier 50kHz under the standard of 868.95MHz. Sample rate at 1.6Ms/s is hardcoded and cannot be changed.

samples2.bin is a "life" example with two devices received.

TEST - SMART INSTALL NRF24-BTLE-Decoder ON WINDOWS WORKSTATION AND VMWAR...

SMART INSTALL NRF24-BTLE-Decoder ON WINDOWS WORKSTATION AND VMWARE WITH HackRF

NRF24-BTLE-Decoder with HackRF quick and easy installation.

Tools used:
  • VMware Workstation Player
  • GNU Radio Live SDR Environment
  • omriiluz/NRF24-BTLE-Decoder
Install Requirements: 

Windows system machine with 4gb of ram and dual core processor, hackrf or rtl sdr device.

Installation
  • Download GNU Radio Live SDR Environment 3.7.11
  • Download VMware Workstation Player
  • Install VMware Workstation Player
  • Start VMware Workstation Player
  • Create a new virtual machine , installer disc image file (iso) with GNU Radio Live SDR Environment image
  • Open virtual machine
  • Install  NRF24-BTLE-Decoder
  • Download nrf24_demod.grc.zip from Link: https://wiki.bitcraze.io/misc:hacks:hackrf

Installations code:

git clone https://github.com/omriiluz/NRF24-BTLE-Decoder
cd NRF24-BTLE-Decoder
cd bin
ls
mkfifo /tmp/fifo
 
Download nrf24_demod.grc.zip from Link: https://wiki.bitcraze.io/misc:hacks:hackr , UnZip and copy in to bin directory ( NRF24-BTLE-Decoder/bin)

Running

Step 1:
 

open terminal in the bin directory and insert:

cat /tmp/fifo | ./nrf24-btle-decoder -d 1

Step 2:


Open with GnuRadio grc file "nrf24_demod.grc" and "Executive the flow graph" .

 
 

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