[A51] A51 Digest, Vol 54, Issue 8

Akib Sayyed akibsayyed at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 12:20:05 CEST 2014


I like your tools collection I want to know can your tool do hopping and
AMR decoding.

PS I havent checked code yet


On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 3:30 PM, <a51-request at lists.srlabs.de> wrote:

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>    1. [C#] RX-FFT and GSM Analyzer source code (Georg Hofstetter)
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> Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 21:00:29 +0200
> From: Georg Hofstetter <a5 at g3gg0.de>
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> Subject: [A51] [C#] RX-FFT and GSM Analyzer source code
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> Hi all,
>
> i uploaded all my sources to the GSM Analyzer and libraries i use to
> bitbucket. You can find them here:
>
>  - https://bitbucket.org/g3gg0/rx-fft
>
> As there is a lot more than just the mentioned two tools, i will explain
> some of them now. Please understand that it was never meant to be a
> ready-to-sell tool or similar. It is just the result of some researches
> i did and the stuff i coded to learn about various technologies.
>
> To be honest, i never wanted to make it public at all, but i think there
> are many people out there who may have some use for it.
> Its all meant for *learning* and not for abusing technologies.
>
>  Warning:
> ----------
> Use it at your own risk! Respect the rights of others.
>
>  My environment
> ----------------
>  - Windows Vista, Windows 7
>  - Visual Studio 2008
>  - RX-FFT USB 2.0 SDR (0 - 50 MHz via AD6636 DDC)
>  - AOR AR5000 (5 kHz - 2.6 GHz)
>
>  The tools:
> ------------
>  - AORemote:
>      A simple remote control for my AOR5000. Never finished.
>  - DemodulatorCollection:
>      My swiss army knife for demodulating stuff from my USB receiver.
>      Supports LUA scripts for chaining demodulator/decoder and
>      manual LUA based decoding.
>  - FirmwarePreloader
>      Its of no use for you :) Thats for the USB-RX
>  - GMSK Demodulator / GaussGenerator
>      Early GMSK tests
>  - LibRXFFT
>      Contains everything i considered reusable.
>      All GSM layers, FFT stuff, filters, demodulators, timers etc
>      there is a native part also which is optional.
>  - RX-FFT
>      A FFT frontend to my USB-RX, wave files, HiQ-SDR etc.
>      supports demodulation, saving, replaying, etc
>  - RX-Oscilloscope
>      Guess what?
>  - RX-Radio
>      Never finished - a simple SDR radio frontend.
>  - SIMAuthDaemon
>      If you want to decode recorded GSM Analyzer dumps, you can do so
>      with access to the SIM card.
>
> and
>
>  - GSM Analyzer
>      A simple (not!) GSM downlink Demodulator and decoder.
>      Its mainly text/log based, but supports some graphical
>      visualizations if you are on Windows with DirectX support.
>      You can save the recorded data from air into pseudo-XML files
>      with extension .gad (GSM Analyzer Dump)
>
>      Has support for kraken-win32 for realtime cracking.
>      You have to start two instances of GSM Analyzer.
>      a) one instance demodulating and saving into a .gad
>      b) the second instance reading the .gad and cracking using kraken
>
>  License:
> ----------
> Uh, well... I'd start with GPL.
> Nearly all of the code was written by myself, just some GPL stuff here
> and there. (its tagged as such iirc)
>
>
>  Notes:
> --------
> That repository is an extract of my SVN, so there might be some
> confusing commit messages.
>
> If you have use for the code or if you even made money with it, consider
> some donations to paypal at g3gg0.de - i am using this account mainly to
> buy toys and stuff for me and my son :)
>
>
> BR,
> g3gg0
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