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8bitbacon

#15
Sep 04, 2017, 05:33 pm Last Edit: Sep 04, 2017, 05:52 pm by 8bitbacon
The laser beam I stopped, the car thing was funny, and help put in more details about collecting databits in here from wifi.

ok so we know wifi is 802.11 frequency, and the rate it can be read at is 16,000,000 baud rate can we over clock arduino to read at that rate, because the arduino has a max baud of 115200 lol
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ElCaron

#16
Sep 04, 2017, 08:04 pm Last Edit: Sep 04, 2017, 08:05 pm by ElCaron
I have never seen someone to get literally everything wrong at such a breathtaking rate. I call troll. And I'd like to see a photo of this mid-air stopped laser beam

8bitbacon

something literally wrong at everything would be setting the baud rate to 15,999,999 by accident
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pylon

I agree that must be a bot. No human being would write so much unrelated nonsense.

8bitbacon

ok so wifi data is collected between 0.2v and 0.3v and moves around that voltage with a square wave
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8bitbacon

#20
Sep 06, 2017, 09:10 pm Last Edit: Sep 06, 2017, 09:32 pm by 8bitbacon
ok since these other networks are also networks I want to see all of them so heres more data:


baud rates:
wifi - 16,000,000 baud
bluetooth - 9600 baud
4g - 4800 baud each symbol is 2 bits


frequencies:
wifi - 802.11 ghz
4g lte 800mhz - 1900mhz, lte,wimax is on 700 mhz, 1700-2100mhz and 1900mhz and 2500-2700mhz
bluetooth - 2483.5mhz or 2400mhz


and by the way I wouldn't call this "intercepting" thats like saying everytime we go on the radio to listen to music and you have a dial with every channel you're automatically an interceptor
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ElCaron

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802.11 ghz

802.11g is by now a pretty old standard. the ESP8266 supports 802.11n , so that would be 802.11 Nanohertz.

Byork

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802.11 ghz

802.11g is by now a pretty old standard. the ESP8266 supports 802.11n , so that would be 802.11 Nanohertz.
:D  :D  :D  :D  :D

I also just came to a random realization, that the 802.11 standard appear to coincide with forms of ionizing radiation 802.11a/b/g/n alpha, beta, gamma, neutron.

ElCaron

#23
Sep 07, 2017, 01:00 pm Last Edit: Sep 07, 2017, 01:32 pm by ElCaron
Perhaps 8bitbacon could use his stop-laser-midair technology to make a focussed particle beam (neutrons, 802.11nm beam diameter, of course, for modern wifi) to selectively interfere with particular wifi clients.

8bitbacon

that sounds good, the beam goes miles
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dannable

I thought that we'd had this conversation already? Jeden metre prosim?
Beginners guide to using the Seeedstudio SIM900 GPRS/GSM Shield

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