bladeRF is now officially in stock! Thank you all so much for backing us and making this project a reality.
For those of you that have already claimed your rewards by placing an order on our site you should have received your unit by now, been sent a tracking number, or been sent an email with questions or been given a personalized update. If you claimed your reward and none of these things have happened, please reply to the order confirmation email you received from our site. If you haven’t claimed your order, please check your Kickstarter message box to see how this should be done.
If you are a developer or enthusiast backer, we will contact you shortly about additional steps we have for fulfilling our commitments to you.
We’ve been working tediously on libusb support ( https://github.com/nuand/bladeRF/tree/dev-libusb_support ) that so many of you have asked us for. Once libusb is stable the codebase will default to using libusb as the default method of communicating with the bladeRF. The driver will remain available for advanced users who need low latency, and zero copy buffering. Libusb support should be finished soon, and then we’ll finally have time for some really fun things.
Lastly, we’ve been asked if we will continue our weekly updates, and the answer is yes! There are many projects and updates we would like to keep all of you up-to-date with.
PS. Greetings to everyone we met at DEFCON this year!