Founder of Signals Everywhere
I’ve been into radios and scanning in general since I was a young kid playing with a basic 10 channel crystal controlled police scanner. On and off from there I’d use a hand held scanner to find interesting signals although most of the time that’s all it was. Something interesting that I couldn’t do anything with.
A few years ago in an IRC server I used to hang out on someone approached me about something called an SDR, it was a DVB-T TV tuner stick whose driver was hacked to allow wide band reception with a water fall display. These were crazy inexpensive although not of the best quality at the time.
With several of them in hand I saw an entirely new world of radio, I was able to access radio bands and signals I never could have before and all that with the added benefit of a large waterfall display.
I’ve always had an urge to share my knowledge with others, my YouTube channel has bounced around from modifying the PSP (Playstation Portable) to computer security and hacking in general. Today I’m focused on sharing what I know about software defined radio and learning from the very same community in the process.
An aspiring engineer who spends too much time aspiring and not enough engineering. When not chasing weak and distant signals he can be found making really stupid things with electronics and 3D printers and having a weird obsession with espionage hardware
I like to play with radios way more often than i should, in the off chance I’m not, I’m probably mentoring my FIRST robotics competition team
Also known as RF_Savage at one point. Hoarder of RF junk. Talks or chats about radios, RF, electronics all day.
Programmer, electronic hobbyist and mediocre artist. Open Source ftw