GRCon13 video: Some More of Your RFz Are Belong to Me

Posted on Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 in RF, SDR, Videos by the machinegeek

At the recent GRCon2013, SDR guru Balint Seeber delivered this presentation on using GNU Radio to create new blocks and prototype flowgraphs relating to FasTrak RFID (used in traffic toll collection system), MUltiple SIgnal Classification (MUSIC) Direction Finding, RADAR Detection and Multi-channel Decodings.

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One Response to “GRCon13 video: Some More of Your RFz Are Belong to Me”

  1. g says:

    … and not a single soul told him he was speaking into a prop mic.

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