Marauder has been developed for activities requiring a discreet capture of RF data, typically keypress of keyfobs (alarms, cars, gate openers…).
The Marauder can be set up to automatically listen and record all RF data on pre-configured frequencies. Captured data is automatically demodulated and saved internally in the product’s internal memory. RF data can be replayed when needed using the dedicated Android application.
Once started, the Marauder is entirely autonomous.
Not connected to smartphone
Marauder doesn’t require a smartphone to work. Once configured, it can be placed within the target device range and record RF binary data. RF setup/capture/replay can be done using built-in buttons or using the Android application (preferred method). Device can be set up to automatically record all RF data on preconfigured frequencies. Data is saved internally and can be replayed when needed. Using this option the product becomes entirely autonomous.
Dedicated Android application
The Marauder includes a dedicated Android application with a simple interface, focused on autonomous listening. All you need to do is set the frequency to listen and the Marauder will start capturing.
Export captured data into phone storage
Captured data can be exported to a JSON file in the phone’s internal storage.
Replay from the same Marauder
When you retrieve your Marauder, it synchronizes with the app and captured data is saved on the smartphone. Data can be replayed when needed or exported for analysis.
Timestamps of each capture
Each data includes the date and time of the capture. It allows user to easily distinguish between captures of interest and captures that are out of scope.
The Marauder can be set up to listen and record data on one or 2 pre-configured frequencies, based on the variant.RF capture Timestamps
For each recorded RF capture, the Marauder Standard also stores a timestamp to precisely identify when the capture was done (1s precision). When synchronized, the application displays the date and time of each RF capture, making it easy to keep track of the stored RF data.
Replay captured data on any PandwaRF Rogue
Data can be transferred from a Marauder to another PandwaRF Rogue version (Pro or Gov), where it can be replayed. This allows better teamwork, where one user records the data and sends it to other users for replaying captures.
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