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Garage door signal hacking using RTL-SDR and TI Chronos watch

Saturday, July 5th, 2014

Students Ido Livneh and Gil Freidlin from Tel Aviv University have been experimenting with garage door opener signals using the TI Chronos watch and RTL-SDR dongle. Their technique involves using the SDR along with HDSDR software to acquire and record the signal, which is then analyzed using Python based tools...

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Posted in hacks, RF, SDR, wireless | No Comments »

TI EZ430 Chronos Black Friday sale

Monday, November 25th, 2013

In recognition of the Black Friday shopping sales, we will be selling the Chronos for only $29.99 + free shipping on the TI eStore all week! There will only be a limited number available each day, but this deal will be live for 10 days! So if you try one...

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Posted in Holiday, MSP430 | 12 Comments »

TIDeals: eZ430-Chronos watch again

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

If you missed it before, TI is offering the Chronos Watch as their current week's deal at $38 (plus shipping.) The eZ430 deal includes the wireless enabled watch, CC1111 USB RF access point, and a CD containing software and documentation. This is the watch featured in a recent post on...

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Posted in MSP430, RF, sensors, tools | 14 Comments »

TIDeals: eZ430-Chronos watch again

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

If you missed it before, TI is offering the Chronos Watch as their current week's deal at $24.50. The eZ430 deal includes the wireless enabled watch, CC1111 USB RF access point, and a CD containing software and documentation. A welcome change by TI is the elimination of the deal coupon...

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Posted in MSP430, tools | 22 Comments »

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