Monday, April 29, 2013

Register for the HackRF Beta Test

It is now time to register for the HackRF beta test. Invitation codes that I distributed at ToorCon 14 and at the 2012 GNU Radio Conference may be redeemed for a HackRF Jawbreaker by registering for the beta test. If you do not have a code but would like a beta unit, register without a code and you will be placed on a waiting list for excess units.

I expect the beta units to ship by the end of May. Thanks for your patience, everyone!

8 comments:

Victor said...

Mike, am I correct that you are no longer developing Ubertooth, and that no Ubertooth Two is planned?

The reason I am still interested in it is the need in universal 2.4GHz tranceiver, and as CC2400 is EOLed I'd like to know what can be used instead and how far have you gone with e.g, ADF7242?

j said...

Last I heard the ubertooth one was still being developed.

Since the HackRF a half duplex device you might need 2 to speak on some protocols but it is spec'd to transmit in the 2.4 Ghz range. Should be able to do all the functions that the Ubertooth One with the receive.

Anonymous said...

this is fabulous news. Absolutely fabulous. I've been waiting with bated breath, refreshing the page every day for news. Can't wait to get my hands on the beta board and play with it!

Michael Ossmann said...

Victor: Ubertooth is an active project, but I have handed over lead developer duties to Dominic Spill. An Ubertooth Two based on the ADF7242 is likely but not certain. I made an ADF7242 prototype long ago (called artichoke in the Ubertooth repo) but still haven't tested it.

Michael Ossmann said...

Victor: I forgot to mention that, although the CC2400 is not recommended for new designs, it is still available, and Ubertooth One is still in active production. I just had a batch manufactured in April 2013.

Victor said...

Michael, CC2400 is a bit limited in bitrate support, current RC protocols (and this is what I plan to use it for) use bitrates other than 10k, 250k and 1M. I hoped that you have some experience and/or code for more diverse ADF7242.

BTW, I actually use your IM-ME spectrum analyzer for UHF RFID - it helped me a lot!

Michael Ossmann said...

Victor: Sorry, but I haven't done anything with the ADF7242 yet except for a preliminary hardware design.

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