Hijack FM Radio Stations with a Raspberry Pi [Tutorial]

October 5, 2018 by 29 Comments

How to Hack FM Radio Frequencies with an RPi
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Cyber Weapons Lab, Episode 038

There’s an entire spectrum of information that surrounds us. With a Raspberry Pi and some simple know-how, you can take social engineering or a simple prank to the next level by hijacking radio frequencies.

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29 Replies to “Hijack FM Radio Stations with a Raspberry Pi [Tutorial]”

  1. Would some kind of directional antenna be feasible?

  2. I'm facing problems while executing the command "make". Please help….

  3. Chutzpah says:

    He stares into my soul

  4. Someone better hijack radio during the boris briefing and play ram ranch

  5. BattleFist says:

    this can be handy in emergency situations

  6. BattleFist says:


  7. Kody: "In most countries this is very illegal"
    No shit Kody

  8. Is it possible to do this with a new raspberry pi 3?

  9. i really like the opening theme song

  10. He blinks in 0:52
    And your welcome

  11. candid moe says:

    Can't read your terminal window. Use a lower resolution instead.

  12. Bayram Kaya says:

    Where can i find the "wire"? Is all wires supports rpi3 ports

  13. Mike TheTANK says:

    Time to play racist meme songs earrape on the local radio.

  14. faizaan khan says:

    Superb man🙏🙏🙏

  15. Fish Styx says:

    crystal castles noicce

  16. i know this was posted 2 years ago, but what happens if we use an empty radio frequency?

  17. Vinay Kumar says:

    Bro can you make a video on rolljam device making 🙂

  18. For legal reasons, this is only for educational purposes only

  19. carl says:

    The bakery next door is really loudly blasting their radio 24/7. This is gonna be fun!

  20. danz409 says:

    ill just make a bank of like 128+ pi and go to my local airport and blast on all frequencies. i'm sure they will be ok with that.

  21. For legal purposes I can’t hear

  22. RCCRAFT says:

    I would Like to point out: Does this work on the Amateur Bands 144-148 420-450? If so, you can't transmit in those bands if you aren't licensed. Highly illegal

  23. You don't actualy need kali linux on the raspberry pi, there is a milion github project to transmit with the raspbian os

  24. Erica Breeze says:

    I enjoyed the video. Thanks. How can someone add a sound coming through to your mp3 player while your song is playing? How is it that the volume is being controlled as well? Thanks for replying!!!!!!

  25. R. Stell says:

    Is it just me? Or does anyone else hate these do gooder white hats? Remove from pin 4 to make your rig impotent lol ya I'll pass on that.

  26. R. Stell says:

    Lol why would anyone want to interfere with federal radio communications!?! Lol

  27. my rpi4 reboot immediately after run “sudo ./pi_fm_rds” how to fix it

  28. asylumDAYS says:

    This could be si good for my country 😜 to change thé bad Music on radio

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