is there anything similar to this but cheaper?this shit is 29 thousand dollars....WTF?
>>68818756Test equipment can get expensive real quick. But yeah just search signal analyzer on ebay for some cheap shit.
>The OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer is designed to detect illicit eavesdropping signals, perform site surveys for communication systems, conduct radio frequency (RF) emissions analysis, and investigate misuse of the RF spectrum. The OSCOR Green is a portable spectrum analyzer that sweeps 24 GHz in one second to quickly detect transmitting electronic surveillance devices and ensure that spectrum activity is captured.>detect illicit eavesdropping Wtf is this magic? >signals OK. Deceptive description. >it's a portable spectrum analyzer >sweeps 24ghz/seconds Pretty good. A cheap alternative would be the hackrf. I remember this talk where they made it really fast i believe:https://youtu.be/XNcGhnY_0oIhttps://github.com/xmikos/qspectrumanalyzer/blob/master/README.rstBut I don't think thats quite the 24ghz/second speed.
>>68820555Yeah reading that git Readme their hackrf_sweepbackend did 8ghz/second. But that's a very competitive option obviously when you're talking 140$ vs 29000$
>>68820584You can probably buy some proper state of the art shit from an oem for like $1M+ if you're feeling saucy/glow in the dark.
Signal analysis doesn't need to be that expensive. Most bugs are cheap and use known spectrum.
>>68820555Any alternatives to the HackRF 1 that's in stock and/or cheaper? I have a feeling the HackRF is so expensive due to the h4x0r marketing. I'm sure there's a cheaper, less flashy alternative somewhere.