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==<big>Welcome to the Reverse Engineering Wiki</big>==
 
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[[File:20200926 203639.jpg|thumb|482x482px|Partially-disassembled [[LMS-6 Radiosonde]], with upper styrofoam shell removed. You can read more about [[wikipedia:Radiosonde|Radiosonde's]] and how they are used with [[wikipedia:Weather_balloon|weather balloons]] at Wikipedia.|alt=]]
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[[File:Hacktheplanet pager.jpg|alt=|thumb|482x482px|The [[Apollo AL-A26 (Pager)|Apollo Pilot A26]] pager is hand-programmable, not requiring any software to setup basic features (including CAPCODE/RIC, frequency, and baudrate) which make it particularly appealing for amateur use.]]
  
  
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The goal is for RECESSIM to be the place we can all go to understand everything being worked on in the reverse engineering community.
 
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Latest revision as of 23:58, 24 April 2022

Welcome to the Reverse Engineering Wiki

The Apollo Pilot A26 pager is hand-programmable, not requiring any software to setup basic features (including CAPCODE/RIC, frequency, and baudrate) which make it particularly appealing for amateur use.


RECESSIM was created to be a central location for all Reverse Engineering projects. Projects can be hosted here for free on a dedicated wiki page you create or you can add to existing projects. You can also just create a page to provide a high level summary of what you are working on and link back to your own blog/website.

The goal is for RECESSIM to be the place we can all go to understand everything being worked on in the reverse engineering community.

In order to create your account, head over to Discord and introduce yourself.