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Optimised cryptographic solution for home automation

Oberon microsystems, a specialist in software engineering for the Internet of Things, and Cortus, a developer of low power, 32-bit processor IP, have come together to develop a fast cryptographic solution that has a small memory footprint for secure ASICs in battery-powered home automation devices.

Oberon’s cryptographic code, a key component of its OberonHAP product, has been ported to the Cortus APS3RP 32-bit IP core. The company has developed a number of novel ...

‘Three in one’ AWG said to meet wide range of user needs

Tektronix has introduced what it says is the first ‘three in one’ arbitrary waveform generator. With basic, advanced and digital modes, the AWG4000 series can be shared across design teams and meet a range of signal generation needs; from radar and wireless communications to embedded systems design and research applications.

Bonded wafers could enable large scale photonic integration

Large scale photonic integration will be essential to the development of single chip optical routers for future optical networks, says a team from the Tokyo Institute of Technology, which claims hybrid lasers fabricated by low temperature bonding are expected to be a key technology.

News Analysis: All change with phase change?

Phase change memory has been one of those technologies that appear to be within the industry’s grasp, only to fade away. And it’s not as if the technology hasn’t been pursued with vigour; work has been underway on phase change memory (PCM) since the 1960s.

79GHz radar chip development partnership announced

Belgian nanoelectronics specialist imec and Infineon Technologies have entered an agreement to develop highly integrated CMOS based 79GHz sensor chips for automotive radar applications. As part of the agreement, imec will contribute its expertise in high frequency system, circuit and antenna design, complementing Infineon’s radar sensor chip knowledge.

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