mercoledì 3 gennaio 2018

Test - TempestRAM receive signal from clock bus RAM with HackRF and 3 PC

Receive radio signal from bus of Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory DDR2 desktop an DDR3 desktop and notebook with single and dual channel. HackRF One, RF Analyzer and Andoid phone use to receive, display signal and record video.
Details of ram technology

First PC:

frequency of bus: 400.3 Mhz
Channel: Single
Ram: DDR2 2Gb
Number of bank: 1 (1x2Gb)
Timings: Not Overclock, default
Computer: Desktop

Second PC:

frequency of bus: 824..2 Mhz
Channel: Dual
Ram: DDR3 16Gb
Number of bank: 4 (4x4Gb)
Timings: XMP Overclock
Computer: Desktop

Third PC:

frequency of bus: 665.1 - 669.0 Mhz
Channel: Dual
Ram: DDR3 8Gb
Number of bank: 2 (2x4Gb)
Timings: XMP Overclock
Computer: Notebook






Test - SDRTrunk java code with Windows and RTL SDR

A cross-platform java application for decoding, monitoring, recording and streaming trunked mobile and related radio protocols using Software Defined Radios (SDR).

Code:

https://github.com/DSheirer/sdrtrunk







martedì 2 gennaio 2018

Test - Tempest for Eliza: Generate radio modulation signal by showing pa...

AM Radio Signal Transmitter by showing patterns on your monitor and receive with HackRF One and demodulated with HDSDR.

if you look at my other videos, you can find how can also transmit digital messages, encoded and decrypt them.

Code for linux:

http://www.erikyyy.de/tempest/

https://github.com/priikone/tempest-AM/

Code for windows:

https://cryptome.org/2015/09/tempest-test-for-windows.htm

pubblication:

https://hackaday.com/2005/12/25/tempest-for-eliza/