HackRF One Portapack (H1/H2 PortaPacks with Havoc/Mayhem)

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The PortaPack attaches to your HackRF One and adds a touchscreen LCD, user controls, headphone jack, high-accuracy clock reference, real-time clock, micro SD card slot, and custom aluminum case.

 

When you attach a USB battery, you’re ready to explore radio spectrum wherever you are. The PortaPack firmware runs on the fast ARM processors in your HackRF. No computer is necessary (except for programming firmware).

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    Add a PortaPack to your HackRF One software-defined radio, and leave your laptop behind! The PortaPack attaches to your HackRF and adds a touchscreen LCD, user controls, headphone jack, high-accuracy clock reference, real-time clock, micro SD card slot, and custom aluminum case.

     

    When you attach a USB battery, you’re ready to explore radio spectrum wherever you are. The PortaPack firmware runs on the fast ARM processors in your HackRF. No computer is necessary (except for programming firmware).

     

    What is HackRF One?

    HackRF One is a Software Defined Radio (SDR) peripheral capable of transmission or reception of radio signals from 1MHz to 6GHz. Designed to enable test and development of modern and next generation radio technologies, HackRF One is an open source hardware platform that can be used as a USB peripheral or programmed for stand-alone operation.

     

    If you are wondering what a SDR actually is, it’s OK we can help. A Software Defined Radio is essentially a radio communication device that implements the use of software instead of the typically implemented hardware (these would include mixers, amps, and modulators for example). SDR is the application of Digital Signal Processing to radio wave forms. Just as a sound card in a computer digitizes audio wave forms, a software radio peripheral digitizes radio wave forms. While we are constantly surrounded by radio waves and digital tech such as broadcasting stations, WiFi, Bluetooth, smart phones, GPS and IT infrastructures, the HackRF One is a software defined radio that can interact with any of these technologies.

     

    When the HackRF One launched in 2014, it completely redefined the pentest/hacker community: an completely affordable, hugely capable, open-source device that allowed anyone to receive, decode, modify, replay and transmit any signal from 1MHz to 6GHz. Before the existence of the HackRF, RF research and manipulation was restricted to RF wizards with arcane hardware skills, or government/industrial facilities with unlimited budgets. Justly; the HackRF One was funded by DARPA. Software Defined Radio ushered in a new era: where raw processing power could perform tasks previously restricted to hardware, and thus allowing anyone with a computer and a modest budget to dissect RF.

     

    Since its initial release, there are dozens of highly specialized SDR tools, but the HackRF One remains the staple tool for hackers, pentesters and RF enthusiasts – due to its simplicity, cost and wealth of tutorial information available.

     

    Advantages

    HackRF One is better in different ways comparing from BladeRF and USRP. It’s half-duplex transceiver operates on a larger radio frequency range of 1 MHz to 6 GHz with up to 20MHz of bandwidth, whereas the BladeRF only has a range up to 3.8 GHz. The HackRF One goes beyond in innovation as its an open source where others BladeRF and USRP operate on Host Code and Schematics.

     

    HackRF One is also much more affordable, as its competitors can range from $675 to $1100 and up. Our HackRF One comes in numerous bundles with a price range of $140-$250. It is compatible with all major SDR suites across multiple operating systems: GNU Radio, SDR#, SDR_Radio, Universal Radio Hacker, QSpectrumAnalyzer, Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android.

     

    What can you do with HackRF One?

    The versatility of the HackRF One render it useful across multiple disciplines and tasks:

     

    • Remote Control Analysis: Analyse, replay and emulate car remotes, alarms, garage remotes, etc.
    • GPS Manipulation: Block, manipulate or adjust GPS signals for location-aware devices
    • GSM research: IMSI capture and analysis.
    • Bluetooth sniffing: Sniff, capture and analyse Bluetooth and BLE traffic.
    • Advanced RFID Analysis: Analyse and communicate with all RFID tags, regardless of their frequency.
    • Standard SDR functionality: ADB-S Tracking, satellite-communication, packet-sniffing, signal analysis, etc

     

    The vision behind it is to bring an open source peripheral that could assist modern day engineers and researchers for improving next generation communication systems. Please note that HackRF One is test equipment for RF systems. It has not been tested for compliance with regulations governing transmission of radio signals. You are responsible for using your HackRF One legally.

    Features

    • 1 MHz to 6 GHz operating frequency
    • Half-duplex transceiver
    • Up to 20 million samples per second
    • 8-bit quadrature samples (8-bit I and 8-bit Q)
    • Compatible with GNU Radio, SDR#, and more
    • Software-configurable RX and TX gain and baseband filter
    • Software-controlled antenna port power (50 mA at 3.3 V)
    • SMA female antenna connector
    • SMA female clock input and output for synchronization
    • Convenient buttons for programming
    • Internal pin headers for expansion
    • Hi-Speed USB 2.0
    • USB-powered
    • Open Source Hardware

    What's in the Box?

    Bundle 1:

    1 x HackRF One
    1 x H2 PortaPack
    1 x SMA Antenna
    1 x USB Cable

    Bundle 2:

    1 x HackRF One
    1 x H2 Portapack (3.2 inch Screen)
    5 x Antennas (multiple frequency ranges)
    1 x USB Cable

    Bundle 3:

    1 x HackRF One
    1 x H1 PortaPack
    2 x Antennas
    1 x USB Cable

    Bundle 4:

    1 x HackRF One
    1 x H1 PortaPack (2.8 inch Screen)
    5 x Antennas (multiple frequency ranges)
    1 x Power Amplifier
    1 x TCXO

    Docs & Resources

    Custom Firmware

    Software for HackRF One/Software Defined Radio

    Github

    HackRF One Course

    Source Code

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