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Socoder -> Handheld Coding -> Can I hack it?

Tue, 24 Jan 2012, 10:23
jedimastersterli

Tue, 24 Jan 2012, 11:20
shroom_monk
Is there any particular reason it has to be done on a phone? As far as I'm aware modifying a phone transmitter is far more difficult that building your own transmitter.

At any rate, it's worth pointing out that millions of mobile phones don't run on the same frequency - all the phones in one area all use different frequencies, so the mast closest to them can tell them apart. This is where the 'cell' in 'cellphone' comes from - the map is divided into cells, each with its own mast, and all the phones in a single cell use different frequencies. So it's not as easy as making 'a unique code for that application'.

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Keep It Simple, Shroom!
Tue, 24 Jan 2012, 13:13
spinal
I'm sure various government agencies would get involved if you started sending top secret data by piggybacking under the radar of the telephone companies.

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