Pocket Brute

Bastardizing a pigrrl with a C1111 chip

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A completely open source Hardware and Software hobby project using a Pigrrl, a C1111 chip, rtl-sdr, gqrx, opensesime and other software.

An all-in-one gaming machine that can be used to analyze, decode, and brute force RF

Play Mario, or analyze RF? Why not both!?

In this just-for-fun project I am bringing together some of the communities favorite hardware to make one great all-in-one tool.

  • 1 × pigrrl kit $99.00
  • 1 × Pigrrl can be found to 3d print online, or buy off of etsy original nintendo, or 3dprinted $30.00
  • 1 × C1111 chip, or Yard Stick One Can be found with a google search $100-$125
  • 1 × RTL-SDR $20.00 dongel should work well
  • 1 × USB HUB Prices range between $5-$20

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  • 1
    Step 1

    Gut the Gameboy if you did not purchase a 3d printed version.

  • 2
    Step 2

    Cut excess tabs (not the screw holes!) to free-up room. Save the main board, you can still use that.

  • 3
    Step 3

    Cut the main board in half ware you can still use the 2 pre-drilled screw holes to mount the board. Make sure you do not cut off the button contacts. You will need those as placement for your buttons.

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