XM Interface Cable, XM Protocol Spec Document, Hybrid Mobile
It has been awhile since I posted on my blog. I have been super busy with getting Hybrid Mobile off the ground. Hybrid Mobile is doing a lot of cool things, and a lot of these things I speak of will finally be usable by the public sometime in July. Hybrid Mobile has a business plan with many phases, the first of which is the automotive market. I am excited to be working on this stuff. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I have developing it.
We finally are selling our cables again. You can get a XM Interface Cable that is RS232, which will plug right into an XM Commander or XM Direct, and allow you to have XM Radio on your computer. You can purchase an XM Direct or Commander at Best Buy, Wal-Mart, or Circuit City. You can get purchase them in many places, but I figured I would mention a few.
You can now get a Hybrid Mobile XM Interface Cable at our website: http://www.hybrid-mobile.com/OurProducts.aspx
You can also find the Hybrid Mobile XM Protocol Spec Documentation at our website: http://www.hybrid-mobile.com/OurProducts_Downloads.aspx
The XM Interface Cable Basic Home Edition is the one most people get to work on development. You can message me through my blog, if you would like any help. I will be releasing all my C# code for XM and Sirius as open source on our new open source page, which is coming soon. I am working on updating the XM Protocol Spec document and I am creating a new one for Sirius Radio too. All the code will be tested on Mono with Windows, Mac OS X, and various Linux platforms. That way everyone gets some love ;)
We have a lot of new products on the way, including some new ones for XM and Sirius Satellite Radio. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, please let me know.