Reverse engineering a wireless burglar alarm – summary

What a mess!

I started (but didn’t really finish…) a series of posts reverse engineering several parts of a Friedland wireless burglar alarm. I will come back to finish it off, but in order, here are the posts:

If anyone wants any further details about technologies used in alarm systems (though not this one), I have another series of posts:

2 thoughts on “Reverse engineering a wireless burglar alarm – summary

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    Steve Z

    July 6, 2013 at 8:41pm

    Hi, found you on Hack A Day through the recent feature. This is a great series of posts. I’ve been looking into the different wireless security technologies and this was the perfect place to start.
    Subscribed to your site!

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      July 6, 2013 at 9:59pm

      Thanks. I’ll be doing more posts on other aspects of security systems over the next few months.

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