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RadioduinoWRT – a do it yourself webradio

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

Raffael Herrmann wrote in to let us know about his latest project the RadioduinoWRT – a do it yourself webradio: In the last weeks I built a webradio by myself. It made from an Arduino, an hacked TP-Link WR703N router and some interface parts. It's fitted into a beautiful Yamaha enclosing and...

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BSidesRI video: modding the TP-Link WR703N router

Monday, June 24th, 2013

At the recent BSidesRI conference in Rhode Island, USA, James Edge presented an overview of the TP-Link WR703N wireless router, and how it is modifiable akin to the WRT54G. (The manufacturer's website does not contain documentation for the 703N. The linked doc is for the 702N, which has many of...

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TP-Link WR703N lowest cost openWRT compatable Wi-Fi router

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

The TP-Link WR703N (machine translation) is a small Wi-Fi router that's easy to hack, and flash with openWRT. The best feature about it is that it cost only $20 on eBay. It features a single host USB connector making it easy to connect USB devices to it. The processor runs...

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  • Parkview: Another great idea! Be handy to be able to purchase the corresponding SMD and TH sockets as well.
  • Ryan White: Second that. I'd love the option to extend this already awesome tool to RF cables, hoping it's already in the works because I know the...
  • Tom Keddie: Hi Ian, Congrats on the launch. Suggest you name all the CHRO connectors you have as female. It's not done often but you can insert...
  • Craig Hollabaugh: Excellent post! Thanks
  • Drone: We need RF/Coaxial cables with connectors. Pre-made custom RF cables/connectors are insanely high in price. We'll pay more for an option to sweep them.