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Bus Pirate and Open Bench Logic Sniffer: Reverse engineering an RF light switch

Posted on Thursday, August 2nd, 2012 in Bus Pirate, hacks, logic analyzer by DP

Skywodd tweetted about reverse engineering an RF 433MHz light switch (machine translation) using Arduino, Bus Pirate, and the Open Logic Sniffer.

You can get Bus Pirate for $30, or grab a Logic Sniffer for $50. All including free worldwide shipping.

Via TweetDeck.

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3 Responses to “Bus Pirate and Open Bench Logic Sniffer: Reverse engineering an RF light switch”

  1. Mikkelsen says:

    in seeed store, products like bus pirate, atx adapter, does not have link til matching SoB-enclosure.
    And, will logic sniffer be redesignet for an SoB setup?

    • Ian says:

      I’ll be sure to get a link added, thanks. Not sure when or if OLS will get a redesign.

      • Mikkelsen says:

        yes, I have seen it’s been there a while, but it should be easier to get some sort of casing for it, for people who doesn’t own an 3d printer or laser cutter :)

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