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I launched HackRF on Kickstarter today. I hope you'll take a look, pledge your support, and spread the word. Thanks for your support!
Congratulations on getting full funding so quickly! The package including the "ham it up" was a good idea, Michael.
I've already ordered a BladeRF, slightly more expensive and higher base frequency, but the bandwidth is wide, it has lots of IO and is full duplex.
Yes, congratulations on reaching your funding goal so quickly! The redditors gave you a favorable assessment on r/netsec and maybe even more notably, on the Amateur Radio sub-reddit.I decided to feature you on my not-so-prestigious-though-Pagerank 5 tumblr, DataAnxiety post: HackRF Ubertooth. I used a photograph by fd0, with attribution and according to his (her?) CC 3.0 license. I'll try to remember to leave a note for fd0 on github. I confess, I was captivated by your appearance, as much as by Ubertooth. (I DO have an amateur radio license, thus am not entirely superficial ;o)
Listened to you on The AmpHour show. Unfortunately missed out on the KS deadline.SDR has come a long way and I think the key has to be the "software framework" as you put it, so we can "just do it".The h/w has been out there for awhile(albeit expensive), but a well abstracted interface will make it all so more accessible and open up applications never thought of before I'm sure.
I was wandering is there a way to get a hackRF board know? Or was this a one time thing? Thank! J
This is going to be huge in the amateur radio community! I can't wait to get my hands on it when it comes out for sale. I wish I had heard about it during the KS funding phase! Better late than never...KD0CJU
HackRF will be available after the Kickstarter rewards ship. Watch http://greatscottgadgets.com/hackrf/ for the latest information on availability.
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