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Note: Add your name if you can be an instructor. Include the hands-on workshop you want to lead.  
 
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WHAT: Several hands-on workshops in Radio Hacking. Mainly a day of workshops, then end-of-day demos and pizza.  
 
WHAT: Several hands-on workshops in Radio Hacking. Mainly a day of workshops, then end-of-day demos and pizza.  
  
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*Nordic chips (johny radio & john ellis)
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*RFID
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*LPFM
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*WiFi
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*Bluetooth (Dana)
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*Amateur (and other) Antennas (Norman Bradley)
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*Anders Nelson
 
*Anders Nelson
 
*John Ellis
 
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*Adrian Chadd
  
  

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Note: Add your name if you can be an instructor. Include the hands-on workshop you want to lead.


WHEN: In March or February, weekend

WHAT: Several hands-on workshops in Radio Hacking. Mainly a day of workshops, then end-of-day demos and pizza.

  • Nordic chips (johny radio & john ellis)
  • RFID
  • LPFM
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth (Dana)
  • Amateur (and other) Antennas (Norman Bradley)

WHO:

  • Dana
  • Johny Radio
  • J.C.
  • Norman Bradley
  • Anders Nelson
  • John Ellis
  • Adrian Chadd


"In an increasingly seamless world of ubiquitous computing and low-powered transmissions, there are no more hard-line borders. There are just intersecting thresholds of intensity." http://stereopresence.net/newsblog/contactless-contact


"You see, wire telegraph is a kind of a very, very long cat. You pull his tail in New York and his head is meowing in Los Angeles. Do you understand this? And radio operates exactly the same way: you send signals here, they receive them there. The only difference is that there is no cat."

- Albert Einstein, when asked to describe radio