On Thu, Aug 1, 2013 at 8:10 PM, Matt Ettus <address@hidden
> For those lucky enough to be going to DEFCON, Balint Seeber (our
> applications engineer) will be presenting "All Your RFz Are Belong to Me --
> Hacking the Wireless World with SDR", in Track 4 from 10 AM to 11:45. He
> will be running all of his demos on the USRP B200, which we are going to
> release very soon.
> The low-cost B200 has frequency coverage of 50 MHz to 6 GHz, with 56 MHz of
> instantaneous bandwidth (at 61.44 MS/s) over a USB 3 interface. The B210
> adds 2x2 MIMO capability and a bigger FPGA. The device is bus-powered so
> there is no need for an external power supply. It *already* runs GNU Radio,
> OpenBTS, LTE, and anything else that runs on our other USRPs.
> Balint's talks are always very exciting, so be sure to check it out if you
> are at the conference. He is going to demonstrate RFID hacking (on FastTrak
> toll passes), LTE, OpenBTS, and numerous other applications he has
> For those not lucky enough to be there, here is a brief taste of it: