“After few minutes of normal Linux messing around … he turns the laptop around to reveal a set of vibrating lines in humps and dips across the screen, like a wildly shaking wireframe mountain range. ‘Here,’ he explains, ‘I’m grabbing FM.’ ‘All of it?’ I ask. ‘All of it,’ he says. I’m suddenly glad the soundcard isn’t working.” Wired looks at a “Universal Software Radio Peripheral,” or USRP.
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