[Noisebridge-discuss] sdr for fm signal war dialing

martin deviddo gmod4life1 at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 9 23:49:24 UTC 2013


Does anyone have one i can borrow for scanning unused fm frequencies? Its for the bridge. I'll be at nb tonight for circuit hackng monday if someone can bring one by

Corduroy

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Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] Wow! Corduroy == Excellence++ !!! :) - NB US Hacker radio. Check it out!

The irony of this is I'm already working as a radio DJ in Santa Cruz at Freakradio.org on Sunday Afternoons 1 to 4 PM Santa Cruz Free Radio,



On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 10:46 PM, giovanni_re <john_re at fastmail.us> wrote:

Corduroy has made sone Fantastic! Wonderful Excellent!

updates to the NB US Hacker radio wiki page!  :)

https://noisebridge.net/wiki/NB_Radio





A table of contents, & some excellent starting contents!



I am very impressed! :)



Thanks  Corduroy. :)





People, & Noisebridgers:  Check it out, & follow Corduroy's suggestion:

"Edit as required."

 https://noisebridge.net/wiki/NB_Radio



What part of Hacker radio interests you most?

What radio (or video) content could you create about one of _your_

hacker projects??



:)





Corduroy: You might want to put a "page watch email notice" setting on

that page for yourself.

Then you'll get an email when the page gets updated.

Lets you easily track its progress.



:)











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There were some really cool people there last saturday until douglass and rayc made some of them leave. It was incredibly disappointing to make such good friends with people so quickly and have them treated so disrespectfully, making them leave because "they were abusing the space". Oh, and where do rayc and douglass spend most their nights? Hmm...


On Sep 7, 2013 5:36 PM, "Jonathan Toomim" <jtoomim at jtoomim.org> wrote:

I estimate there will be an average of 10 people here between 5:35pm and 2:00am.



On 9/7/2013 3:43 PM, Romy Ilano wrote:


maybe i should stay outside and draw... is anyone going to be there later tonight?






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Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2013 23:18:58 -0400
Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] Soylent Workshop!

Hello Hackers!

My name is Gavin, and currently, I'm a traveling hacker. I stopped by for the first time on Saturday, and shortly before leaving, I noticed "soylent.me" exclaimed on the whiteboard. This made me realize that a bunch of you are probably interested that I have made, and modified soylent, and especially that I have it as my emergency hacker food while traveling. For convenience, my hacker team and I, back in my hometown have developed a solid cracker-like form of soylent that is baked in the oven. I figure that since I have supplies to make a week worth of soylent with me, a soylent workshop is in order! Here we can make a batch or two of liquid soylent, and a batch or two of solid soylent together, and everyone can try it out to see what they think! I'm thinking Tuesday at 6pm, how does this sound to those who are interested?



Happy Hacking,
Gavin

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Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2013 20:30:29 -0700
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] Soylent Workshop!

I think this is a good idea -- I'd check with the wiki to see if
anyone is using the kitchen then. Bring some to the meeting at 8PM!
 
On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 8:18 PM, Gavin Whelan <gavwhela at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Hackers!
>
> My name is Gavin, and currently, I'm a traveling hacker. I stopped by for
> the first time on Saturday, and shortly before leaving, I noticed
> "soylent.me" exclaimed on the whiteboard. This made me realize that a bunch
> of you are probably interested that I have made, and modified soylent, and
> especially that I have it as my emergency hacker food while traveling. For
> convenience, my hacker team and I, back in my hometown have developed a
> solid cracker-like form of soylent that is baked in the oven. I figure that
> since I have supplies to make a week worth of soylent with me, a soylent
> workshop is in order! Here we can make a batch or two of liquid soylent, and
> a batch or two of solid soylent together, and everyone can try it out to see
> what they think! I'm thinking Tuesday at 6pm, how does this sound to those
> who are interested?
>
> Happy Hacking,
> Gavin
>
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Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] Soylent Workshop!

I'm hugely interested in this, and looking forward to it if it pans out!


On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 8:30 PM, Danny O'Brien <danny at spesh.com> wrote:

I think this is a good idea -- I'd check with the wiki to see if

anyone is using the kitchen then. Bring some to the meeting at 8PM!



On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 8:18 PM, Gavin Whelan <gavwhela at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Hackers!

>

> My name is Gavin, and currently, I'm a traveling hacker. I stopped by for

> the first time on Saturday, and shortly before leaving, I noticed

> "soylent.me" exclaimed on the whiteboard. This made me realize that a bunch

> of you are probably interested that I have made, and modified soylent, and

> especially that I have it as my emergency hacker food while traveling. For

> convenience, my hacker team and I, back in my hometown have developed a

> solid cracker-like form of soylent that is baked in the oven. I figure that

> since I have supplies to make a week worth of soylent with me, a soylent

> workshop is in order! Here we can make a batch or two of liquid soylent, and

> a batch or two of solid soylent together, and everyone can try it out to see

> what they think! I'm thinking Tuesday at 6pm, how does this sound to those

> who are interested?

>

> Happy Hacking,

> Gavin

>

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Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2013 21:37:52 -0600
Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] The bridge




No problem. I really want to help get this station on the air. It's my understanding that we need a fm signal map of mission valley. Norman explainedthat in order to figure out which frequency isn't used we'll have to go the old  fashioned way and and walk around with an FM radio logging the channels withwhite noise at each intersection. This will provide us the data we need to selectan unused band. I am willing to spend a day doing this sometime soon. The bike I have would make this fairly easy but tedious. I'll post results soon.
Corduroy  		 	   		  
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MartinD :
There's no need to war-walk the neighborhood, when you can warbike or wardrive it.  
There's plenty of software out there to allow someone to drive the SF grid, and record the various "open" frequencies.   


-MartinB

On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 10:37 PM, martin deviddo <gmod4life1 at hotmail.com> wrote:





No problem. I really want to help get this station on the air. It's my understanding that we need a fm signal map of mission valley. Norman explained

that in order to figure out which frequency isn't used we'll have to go the old  fashioned way and and walk around with an FM radio logging the channels withwhite noise at each intersection. This will provide us the data we need to select

an unused band. I am willing to spend a day doing this sometime soon. The bike I have would make this fairly easy but tedious. I'll post results soon.
Corduroy  		 	   		  



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Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2013 21:06:59 -0700
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] is anyone at nosiebridge this hot hot hot	saturday?

um, Nick, why dont you get all your info straight before you go
posting to the list.
d
 
 
On 9/8/13, Nicholas LoCicero <nick.locicero at gmail.com> wrote:
> There were some really cool people there last saturday until douglass and
> rayc made some of them leave. It was incredibly disappointing to make such
> good friends with people so quickly and have them treated so
> disrespectfully, making them leave because "they were abusing the space".
> Oh, and where do rayc and douglass spend most their nights? Hmm...
> On Sep 7, 2013 5:36 PM, "Jonathan Toomim" <jtoomim at jtoomim.org> wrote:
>
>> I estimate there will be an average of 10 people here between 5:35pm and
>> 2:00am.
>>
>> On 9/7/2013 3:43 PM, Romy Ilano wrote:
>>
>>> maybe i should stay outside and draw... is anyone going to be there
>>> later
>>> tonight?
>>>
>>>
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Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2013 21:09:02 -0700
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] Soylent Workshop!





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On Sep 8, 2013 8:30 PM, Danny O'Brien <danny at spesh.com> wrote: 

I think this is a good idea -- I'd check with the wiki to see if

anyone is using the kitchen then. Bring some to the meeting at 8PM!



On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 8:18 PM, Gavin Whelan <gavwhela at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Hackers!

>

> My name is Gavin, and currently, I'm a traveling hacker. I stopped by for

> the first time on Saturday, and shortly before leaving, I noticed

> "soylent.me" exclaimed on the whiteboard. This made me realize that a bunch

> of you are probably interested that I have made, and modified soylent, and

> especially that I have it as my emergency hacker food while traveling. For

> convenience, my hacker team and I, back in my hometown have developed a

> solid cracker-like form of soylent that is baked in the oven. I figure that

> since I have supplies to make a week worth of soylent with me, a soylent

> workshop is in order! Here we can make a batch or two of liquid soylent, and

> a batch or two of solid soylent together, and everyone can try it out to see

> what they think! I'm thinking Tuesday at 6pm, how does this sound to those

> who are interested?

>

# Looking at their site says enough.

# A fairly poor MRP and MetRX knock-off, overhyped by its self-congratulatory producers who claim to solve all sorts of health and environmental problems.

And isn't it always the novel creations, be they of businesses or governments, which depend entirely upon problems needing to be solved? Such as the perception of needing of solylent, which itself needs corn for its starch, and the corn causing concomitant needing of programs to mitigate the harm caused by corn production, including but not limited to bee colony collapsed disorder, soil degradation, consuptive effects as diabetes and CHU.

They're hacks, for sure. Their site claims that maltrodextrin provides a "kick". About the only kick that would give is of serotonin, which induces sleep. So that's what you're dealing with there. Speaks for itself.

When, if ever, will this species come round to the credo of "first, do no harm" or its variant "don't do that then"?
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Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2013 21:51:04 -0700
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Sorry if I misunderstood anything, but the people who left last night after you spoke to them had invited me to help make the website for free burn and i have not been able to find them since they left last night after you asked them to. I wouldn't be tripping at all if you could help lead me to these people i intend to colloborate creatively with, but i haven't seen them since they left after what happened.


On Sep 8, 2013 9:06 PM, "Douglas Benner" <greenshoos at gmail.com> wrote:

um, Nick, why dont you get all your info straight before you go

posting to the list.

d





On 9/8/13, Nicholas LoCicero <nick.locicero at gmail.com> wrote:

> There were some really cool people there last saturday until douglass and

> rayc made some of them leave. It was incredibly disappointing to make such

> good friends with people so quickly and have them treated so

> disrespectfully, making them leave because "they were abusing the space".

> Oh, and where do rayc and douglass spend most their nights? Hmm...

> On Sep 7, 2013 5:36 PM, "Jonathan Toomim" <jtoomim at jtoomim.org> wrote:

>

>> I estimate there will be an average of 10 people here between 5:35pm and

>> 2:00am.

>>

>> On 9/7/2013 3:43 PM, Romy Ilano wrote:

>>

>>> maybe i should stay outside and draw... is anyone going to be there

>>> later

>>> tonight?

>>>

>>>

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On Sep 8, 2013 9:09 PM, dhtmlkitchen at gmail.com <dhtmlkitchen at gmail.com> wrote: 
On Sep 8, 2013 8:30 PM, Danny O'Brien <danny at spesh.com> wrote: 
I think this is a good idea -- I'd check with the wiki to see if

anyone is using the kitchen then. Bring some to the meeting at 8PM!



On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 8:18 PM, Gavin Whelan <gavwhela at gmail.com> 

, soil degradation, consuptive effects as diabetes and CHU.

# 'CHD' was changed by this phone's spellchecker to CHU. CHD is coronary heart disease. 

# This phone OS is another product of modern ingenuity. 

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CC: gmod4life1 at hotmail.com; noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
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Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2013 22:19:55 -0700
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] The bridge

Another less labor-intensive starting point could be to hit up the FCC
licensing system and do a geographic search for noisebridge and a
desired frequency or range.
http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/searchLicense.jsp
 
>From there, you can try and find a frequency that only has other
stations very far away on it.
 
On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 8:45 PM, Martin Bogomolni <martinbogo at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> MartinD :
>
> There's no need to war-walk the neighborhood, when you can warbike or
> wardrive it.
>
> There's plenty of software out there to allow someone to drive the SF grid,
> and record the various "open" frequencies.
>
> -MartinB
>
>
> On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 10:37 PM, martin deviddo <gmod4life1 at hotmail.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> No problem. I really want to help get this station on the air. It's my
>>
>> understanding that we need a fm signal map of mission valley. Norman
>> explained
>>
>> that in order to figure out which frequency isn't used we'll have to go
>> the old
>>
>> fashioned way and and walk around with an FM radio logging the channels
>> with
>>
>> white noise at each intersection. This will provide us the data we need to
>> select
>>
>> an unused band. I am willing to spend a day doing this sometime soon. The
>> bike I
>>
>> have would make this fairly easy but tedious. I'll post results soon.
>>
>>
>> Corduroy
>>
>>
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>
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Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] Working DJ thoughts - Re: Wow! Corduroy == Excellence++ !!! :) - NB US Hacker radio. Check it out!

On Sun, Sep 8, 2013, at 08:05 AM, Danny Dismal wrote:
> The irony of this is I'm already working as a radio DJ in Santa Cruz at
> Freakradio.org on Sunday Afternoons 1 to 4 PM Santa Cruz Free Radio,
 
Ahh.  We have a working DJ on this NB list.  :)
 
 
Danny - What got you interested in NB?
What kinds of hacking interests do you have?
 
What suggestions do you have, as a working DJ, about a radio station by
hackers, for either hackers or potential hackers?
 
What kinds of issues should we be aware of as we:
1) Prepare an application to the FCC?
2) Plan how to get the station started & running?
 
What suggestions do you have for us about creating original content,
be it a daily hacker news show, something educational for kids, or live
or recorded music & art, etc... ?
 
 
> On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 10:46 PM, giovanni_re <john_re at fastmail.us> wrote:
> 
> > Corduroy has made sone Fantastic! Wonderful Excellent!
> > updates to the NB US Hacker radio wiki page!  :)
> > https://noisebridge.net/wiki/NB_Radio
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Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] fm signal map, Radio stations in SD, Vacant channels -   Re:  The bridge

On Sun, Sep 8, 2013, at 08:37 PM, martin deviddo wrote:
> No problem. I really want to help get this station on the air. 
 
Hi Martin - Great!  :)
If we all do a little bit, many hands make light work.  :)
 
 
It's my
> understanding that we need a fm signal map of mission valley. Norman
> explainedthat in order to figure out which frequency isn't used we'll
> have to go the old  fashioned way and and walk around with an FM radio
> logging the channels withwhite noise at each intersection.
 
Norman has been doing  great work on this!  :)
 
Here are some important resources for radio station info in SF:
 
 
All broadcast band radio station signals in SF:
http://www.radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/locate?select=city&city=san+francisco&state=ca&x=19&y=6
 
Vacant channels & signal strength graph:
http://www.radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/vacant?select=city&city=San%20Francisco&state=CA
 
 
Those resoursces give a quick view of what frequencies might be
available.
 
 
Martin - after you've taken a look at those web pages, will you please
put those urls somwhere on the NB Radio  wiki page?
https://noisebridge.net/wiki/NB_Radio
 
Thanks! :)
 
 
 This will
> provide us the data we need to selectan unused band. I am willing to
> spend a day doing this sometime soon. The bike I have would make this
> fairly easy but tedious. I'll post results soon.
> Corduroy                                          
 
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