Wednesday, July 31, 2013

HackRF is on Kickstarter

I launched HackRF on Kickstarter today. I hope you'll take a look, pledge your support, and spread the word. Thanks for your support!

7 comments:

decula said...

Congratulations on getting full funding so quickly! The package including the "ham it up" was a good idea, Michael.

Bob H said...

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.

Ellie K said...

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)

Dale said...

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.

Anonymous said...

I was wandering is there a way to get a hackRF board know? Or was this a one time thing? Thank! J

Anonymous said...

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

Michael Ossmann said...

HackRF will be available after the Kickstarter rewards ship. Watch http://greatscottgadgets.com/hackrf/ for the latest information on availability.