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18 Minutes of Pager Traffic 2012 July 12 San Jose rtlsdr sdr# pdw flex

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Published on Jul 13, 2012

Have a pager? This is how secure your network is.

Added howto:

It's actually really easy. First, you will need a RTL dongle. The best place to get this from is a guy on eBay called nooelec: http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI....

Next, you will need to follow the instructions on how to install the custom drivers: http://wiki.spench.net/wiki/USRP_Zadig


Next, you will need to get SDR#, get the "Dev Version", which has support for the RTL device: http://sdrsharp.com/index.php/downloads

Next, you have to figure out how to get your "Stereo Mix" / "What You Hear" set up in Windows. Some audio drivers prohibit this. For those, you will need a "Virtual Audio Cable" program, that will create a loopback audio device for you.

Download PDW: http://www.gsm-antennes.nl/PDW/

In PDW, cycle through modes until you are in FLEX mode, then open Options and select all FLEX options, I believe in the latest version they're checked by default.

In PDW, go to the Interface menu, and go to Setup. For your Input device, select your "Stereo Mix" or "Virtual Audio Cable" device.

Open SDR#, in your Front End, select the RTL device and hit Play. Change your Center frequency to 900,000,000 and start scrolling upwards in the frequency until you can find some strong signals. These are in narrowband FM (NFM).

Once you tune into a good signal, if PDW recognizes it, it should decode the pages like in this video.

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