GollumRF Sub-1GHz RF hacking tool is now on Hackaday.io

We have just released details of our GollumRF platform on hackaday.io

GollumRF is the bridge between smartphone and other wireless objects transmitting in the sub-1GHz RF band, like garage door receivers, car keyfobs, roller shutters, fire detectors, etc…
All these devices often use custom RF transmissions, but with GollumRF built-in CC1111 Sub-1 GHz RF Transceiver, you can receive and transmit data in the ISM band at 315/433/868/915 MHz.
With GollumRF BLE chip, these data can now be directly sent to your smartphone, which will display binary data or spectrum analysis of a RF transmission.
GollumRF also has a dual JavaScript and Python scripting feature, giving you the ability to dynamically control the RF, for both TX and RX, without any SW rebuild.


By | 2016-02-27T19:20:01+01:00 February 27th, 2016|Tags: , |