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EEVblog #1132 - The 3 Cent Microcontroller!
 
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Taking a look at a sub 3 cent microcontroller, and other obscure Chinese manufactures, how to find them, and were to get them in stock. http://www.padauk.com.tw https://lcsc.com Forum: http://www.eevblog.com/forum/blog/eevblog-1132-the-3-cent-microcontroller!/ EEVblog Main Web Site: http://www.eevblog.com The 2nd EEVblog Channel: http://www.youtube.com/EEVblog2 Support the EEVblog through Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/eevblog AliExpress Affiliate: http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/c2LRpe8g Buy anything through that link and Dave gets a commission at no cost to you. Stuff I recommend: https://kit.com/EEVblog/ Donate With Bitcoin & Other Crypto Currencies! https://www.eevblog.com/crypto-currency/ T-Shirts: http://teespring.com/stores/eevblog 💗 Likecoin – Coins for Likes: https://likecoin.pro/@eevblog/dil9/hcq3 💗 Likecoin – Coins for Likes: https://likecoin.pro/@eevblog/dil9/hcq3
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Concept of Binary, Hexadecimal and Decimal | Bharat Acharya Education
 
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Http://www.bharatacharyaeducation.com Your Crash course in your Pocket! Microprocessors: 8085, 8086, 80386, Pentium… Microcontrollers: 8051, ARM… Computer Organisation & Architecture. Fees: 999/- Immediate Activation | 6 Months | Unlimited Views Free PDF of Text book - Topic wise with every video Subscribe Now… Http://www.bharatacharyaeducation.com
Future Microprocessors- Prof. Yale Patt
 
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"Future Microprocessors: The User Interface has Important Implications" Yale Patt is Professor of ECE and the Ernest Cockrell, Jr. Centennial Chair in Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin Future Microprocessors: The User Interface has Important Implications Process technology continues to provide exponential growth in the number of transistors on each silicon die, and although energy and bandwidth considerations are challenging, computer architecture still has the task of providing for the needs of users. What those needs are depends on who the user is, or more relevant from the hardware perspective, what the user interface is.
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Algorithms analysis & Design - Dr.Ahmed Salah - Sec 6
 
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Dynamic programming
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Atmel Celebrates 50 Billion ARM-Powered Chips
 
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In celebration of ARM's 50 billion chip milestone, Reza Kazerounian, SVP and GM of Microcontroller Business Unit, congratulates the Atmel partner on its amazing accomplishment. Watch as Reza discusses the integral role the ARM ecosystem has played throughout the embedded design process, from enabling ease-of-use for system designers to significantly reducing time-to-market for developers. During the interview, Reza explains the importance of open standard platforms for system designers and embedded developers, while also sharing his thoughts on what it'll take for ARM to surpass 100 billion chips. Atmel offers an extensive portfolio of ARM-based microcontrollers (MCUs) and microprocessors (MPUs) with two decades of microcontroller leadership and innovation include many industry-firsts: - The first Flash MCU, the first ARM7-based 32-bit Flash microcontroller - The first 100nA microcontroller with RAM retention - The first ARM9-based Flash microcontroller Whether you are working on new, existing or legacy designs, a wide range of Atmel ARM-based devices provides the latest features and functionality. These devices also feature the lowest power consumption, a comprehensive set of integrated peripherals and high-speed connectivity. Interested in learning more about Atmel's extensive ARM portfolio? Check out our ARM MCUs: http://www.atmel.com/arm/mcus.aspx Check out our ARM MPUs: http://www.atmel.com/arm/mpus.aspx Stay connected! Embedded Design Blog: http://www.atmelcorporation.wordpress.com Twitter: http://www.atmel.com/twitter Facebook: http://www.atmel.com/facebook LinkedIn: http://www.atmel.com/linkedin
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der Mikrocontroller (Elektronik Kurs)
 
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lll➤ Gratis Crypto-Coins: https://crypto-airdrops.de ) Der Mikrocontroller ist das Thema dieses Vortrags, der vor einiger Zeit im Rahmen eines Elektronik Kurses gehalten wurde. Weitere Informationen zu diesem Thema: "Als Mikrocontroller (auch µController, µC, MCU) werden Halbleiterchips bezeichnet, die einen Prozessor und zugleich auch Peripheriefunktionen enthalten. In vielen Fällen befindet sich auch der Arbeits- und Programmspeicher teilweise oder komplett auf demselben Chip. Ein Mikrocontroller ist ein Ein-Chip-Computersystem. Für manche Mikrocontroller wird auch der Begriff System-on-a-Chip oder SoC verwendet." http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mikrocontroller Dieses Video wurde von einem anderen YouTube-Nutzer erstellt und mit der Creative-Commons Lizenz "CC-BY" veröffentlicht, also für die Verwendung durch andere YouTube-Nutzer zugelassen. Das Original-Video stammt von: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCi5cj3gQeb7hhs31xUN1tQ
Vegard Wollan Talks AVR: 8-bit vs. 32-bit Microcontrollers
 
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Vegard Wollan addresses the differences between 8- and 32-bit MCUs, including capabilities, functions and more. For more on AVR, please visit: http://www.atmel.com/simply-avr/default.aspx Stay connected! Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Atmel Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/AtmelCorporation Pin with us on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/atmelcorp Connect on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/atmel-corporation
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What is a Microprocessor ? || #Processor || #CPU
 
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What does Microprocessor mean? A microprocessor is a component that performs the instructions and tasks involved in computer processing. In a computer system, the microprocessor is the central unit that executes and manages the logical instructions passed to it. A microprocessor may also be called a processor or central processing unit, but it is actually more advanced in terms of architectural design and is built over a silicon microchip. Techopedia explains Microprocessor A microprocessor is the most important unit within a computer system and is responsible for processing the unique set of instructions and processes. A microprocessor is designed to execute logical and computational tasks with typical operations such as addition/subtraction, interprocess and device communication, input/output management, etc. A microprocessor is composed of integrated circuits that hold thousands of transistors; exactly how many depends on its relative computing power. Microprocessors are generally classified according to the number of instructions they can process within a given time, their clock speed measured in megahertz and the number of bits used per instruction. #Processor #CPU Processor is also known as micro-processor or CPU (central processing unit). It is the heart of the system. It accept input from input devices such as keyboard or Mouse and process the data using instruction and sends the processed information to the output device such as Monitor. The Microprocessor requires information to process the data . It retrieves this information from the external memory such as RAM. The Microprocessor first check for information that it needs to process , the data in L1 cache memory. Cache Hit: If the microprocessor finds the required information in the cache memory , it is known as Cache Hit. Cache Miss: If the microprocessor does not find the required information in cache memory , it is known as Cache Miss. Clock-speed FSB(front side bus) Cache Memory(L1,L2) The speed of microprocessor depends on various factors . such as : the number instructions it process , the bandwidth and the clock speed. Bandwidth: It specifies the number of binary digits that the microprocessor can process in a single instruction. Clock speed :It specifies the speed at which the microprocessor processes an instruction . The clock speed of the micro processor varies from 66MHz to 3.8GHz. The speed of CPU also depends on the number of transistor built into the processor. The transistor in the microprocessor boost the data signals on the processor . The larger the number of transistors built on the microprocessor the faster is the speed of the microprocessor FSB : Front Side Bus refers to the bus that connects the CPU to the system memory . It is also known as System Bus or Memory Bus. It measures the speed at which the CPU communicates with the RAM . FSB connects the CPU to the north bridge of the motherboard . The north bridge holds the memory controller and allows the processor to communicate with the memory. FSB speed ranges from 66 to 1333 MHz . The speed of FSB can be set up using the BIOS setup program . Cache Memory: Cache memory is also known as CPU memory . It is high speed SRAM . This memory is integrated directly into the CPU chip . There are various cache memory like : L1,L2 and L3 cache memory. Every Microprocessor has a certain operating voltage specification . Lowering voltage of the microprocessor decreases the power consumption . All microprocessor voltage range is about 1.2v to 2.5v to work. There are two primary manufacturers of computer Microprocessors. 1). Intel 2). AMD(Advanced Micro Device) Share , Subscribe and support .|| subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUbuK1TzYN1D0Kgh7EOL1lA follow on : https://techcindia.blogspot.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techcindia/ pinterest : https://in.pinterest.com/ankitraistudent111/ twitter : https://twitter.com/techcindia1 instagram : https://www.instagram.com/ankitsudegora111/ google plus: https://plus.google.com/114133266294327651737 thank you for watching this video. Techcindia will always help you to give a very updated information related to technology.Share , Subscribe and support .|| subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUbuK1TzYN1D0Kgh7EOL1lA follow on : https://techcindia.blogspot.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/techcindia/ pinterest : https://in.pinterest.com/ankitraistudent111/ twitter : https://twitter.com/techcindia1 instagram : https://www.instagram.com/ankitsudegora111/ google plus: https://plus.google.com/114133266294327651737 thank you for watching this video. Techcindia will always help you to give a very updated information related to technology. #SISPY_Academy
Computer System Design: Advanced Concepts of Modern Microprocessors | ChalmersX on edX
 
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Learn about advanced computer design concepts, including how to make modern multicore-based computers both fast and energy efficient. Take this course free on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/computer-system-design-advanced-concepts-chalmersx-chm008x#! ABOUT THIS COURSE In this computer science course, you will learn advanced concepts underpinning the design of today’s multicore-based computers. Additionally, you will learn how design decisions affect energy efficiency and performance. Overall, topics include fundamentals on exploiting parallelism among instructions such as out-of-order execution, branch prediction, exception handling and advanced concepts of memory systems including prefetching and cache coherency. These concepts are fundamental for future computer systems to maximize compute efficiency. You will also engage with a community of learners with similar interests to share knowledge. The course is derived from Chalmers’s advanced graduate course in computer architecture. Prospective students should have a foundation in basic computer design, as offered by, for example, in “Computer System Design - Improving Energy Efficiency and Performance.“ WHAT YOU'LL LEARN - The anatomy of a multicore-based computer - Advanced design concepts used in future multicore-based computers - How computer design affects how energy-efficiently and fast a program can execute on future computer systems - How taught design concepts are used in modern multicore-based computer systems
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Hardware Power Glitch Attack - rhme2 Fiesta (FI 100)
 
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We perform a fault injection on an arduino board to break out of a endless loop. We drop the power for a very short amount of time so the microprocessor calculates something wrong. Skip to 0:56 if you don't want to see my cringy acting. The full verilog code: https://gist.github.com/LiveOverflow/cad0e905691ab5a8a2474d483a604d67 -------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/LiveOverflow Website: http://liveoverflow.com/ Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/LiveOverflow/
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EEVblog #1080 - Gigatron TTL RISC Kit Computer Review
 
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Review of the Gigatron.io TTL 8 bit retro computer kit. The processor is built entirely using TTL logic. http://www.gigatron.io Live 4 hours build: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wECZoUNd2GY Forum: http://www.eevblog.com/forum/blog/eevblog-1080-gigatron-ttl-risc-kit-computer-review/ EEVblog Main Web Site: http://www.eevblog.com The 2nd EEVblog Channel: http://www.youtube.com/EEVblog2 Support the EEVblog through Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/eevblog Stuff I recommend: https://kit.com/EEVblog/ Donate With Bitcoin & Other Crypto Currencies! https://www.eevblog.com/crypto-currency/ T-Shirts: http://teespring.com/stores/eevblog 💗 Likecoin – Coins for Likes: https://likecoin.pro/@eevblog/dil9/hcq3
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HC25-S8: Processors 2
 
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Session 8, Hot Chips 25 (2013), Tuesday, August 27, 2013. Hardware-level Thread Migration in a 110-core Shared-Memory Processor Mieszko Lis, Keun Sup Shim, Brandon Cho, Ilia Lebedev, and Srinivas Devadas, MIT Intel 4th Generation Core Processor (Haswell) Srinivas Chennupaty, Per Hammarlund, and Stephan Jourdan, Intel Microprocessors for Roots of Trust Kristopher Carver and Andras Moritz, Bluerisc
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GPUs Vs ASICs Vs FPGA - Cost & ROI - 09/11/2018
 
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Going over the Cost and ROI for GPUs Vs ASICs Vs FPGA Mining as of 09/11/2018. Note: I misread the GPU price for the 1070 and 1080ti. Thanks for watching.
Views: 942 The Life of a Miner
A Look at the Atmel Crypto Evaluation Studio
 
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In this video, we’ll take a walkthrough of the Atmel Crypto Evaluation Studio (ACES) using the ATECC508. This includes descriptions and demonstrations of: - Basic ACES capabilities - ECC P256 key pair creation - Reading and writing ATECC508 Flash - Sign-Verify - Provisioning - Authentication using ECC Learn more: http://www.atmel.com/tools/ATMELCRYPTOEVALUATIONSTUDIO_ACES.aspx Stay connected! Blog: http://blog.atmel.com Twitter: http://www.atmel.com/twitter Facebook: http://www.atmel.com/facebook LinkedIn: http://www.atmel.com/linkedin
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PIC16F18446 Family of Microcontrollers
 
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This video provides an overview of the PIC16F18446 Microcontroller -- a new series of PIC microcontrollers that were designed to create highly-responsive sensor and control applications. To get a FREE MPLAB Xpress Development Board, visit: https://www.microchip.com/184freeboard For more information, visit: https://www.microchip.com/pic16f18446family
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Create Bluetooth Android App to Control Arduino
 
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Hi guys, Welcome to Learning Electronics with Arduino and Android combined you can create awesome projects. Today you will learn how to control leds using and arduino uno 328 and an android app that we will create step by step. This tutorial is simple if you follow along and do all the steps that are shown in the video. First you will need a few things like Arduino Uno or a Nano + Leds + Breadboard + Jumper wires and an hour of your time and of course you will also need an Android Mobile Device either tablet or Phone. First in the project we will design the code that runs the project and then we will draw a schematic overview of the project then we can begin the hardware wiring and finally creating the android application that will control the project remotely over bluetooth serial communication. Please Subscribe If Your New And Enjoyed My Videos. Arduino IDE Download : https://goo.gl/uEqy2K Fritzing Download: https://goo.gl/h3btA3 Mit AI2 App inventor Page : http://ai2.appinventor.mit.edu Arduino Sketch : https://goo.gl/EjH6QL Android App : https://goo.gl/U1VtZ2 Android KeyStore : https://goo.gl/mVG6Pe Fritzing Schematic : https://goo.gl/LnQS8T Arduino Uno : https://goo.gl/7Jj2Rj Leds : https://goo.gl/2muibq Breadboard : https://goo.gl/FAJFvh Hc06 : https://goo.gl/GR4EbT Jumper Wires : https://goo.gl/exFfyN https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=HaKDMoDz :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Sub to my channel please and leave a comment if you like my videos or want something in them. _ Please COMMENT / LIKE / SUBSCRIBE for more videos and tutorials from HaKDMoDz Tags: arduino, arduino uno, robot, diy, electronics, everything you need to know about arduino, 10 arduino projects for beginners, top 5 robot arduino projects, projects, thinking about getting an arduino? watch this, an introduction to the arduino, top 5, top 10 arduino projects, amazing arduino projects, 3d printer, led, arduino nano, tutorial, how to, uno, code, pwm, first, basics, beginners, adc, guide, analog pin, digital pin, command, commands, bluetooth, technology, wireless, subwoofer, bluetooth speaker, car stereo, cheap, what is bluetooth, bluetooth basics, top android apps, best android apps, 2018, arduino, android, bluetooth, led, module, hc06, hc05, app, rgb, tutorial, control, wireless, bt, electronics, mobile, android app, arduino android projects, bluetooth arduino android, android bluetooth arduino, arduino bluetooth, project, controlling, communication, learn, how to, arduino code, serial, diy project for arduino, rgb android app, rgb control, rgb mood, rgb mood lamp, hc-06, arduino rgb led module, diy arduino project, serial port, computer, windows, pc, laptop, switch, teraterm, serial port communication, working, ports, short circuit, circuit, putty, access, total, console, port, pin out, arduino uno, arduino (computing platform), electronics (field of study), usb, sketch, avr, compiler, device, com, drivers, ftdi, arduino, electronics, tutorial, microchip, interrupt, atmega328p, all about electronics, difference between microcontroller and microprocessor, what is a microcontroller? what is arduino, micro-processor vs microcontrollers, embedded systems, working and use of arduino, what is a microcontroller, how to use arduino, arduino tutorial, avr, arduino, atmel, arm, atmel avr (computer processor), microcontroller, microcontrollers tutorial, mcu tutorial, avr mcu tutorial, 8051, memory, cryptography, how to microcontrollers, mcu, development board, mcu wireless, avr microcontrollers, arduino as isp, Atmel 328p, arduino standalone,amazing arduino projects, an introduction to the arduino, android (operating system), android bluetooth, android learning, android, apk, app, arduino (brand), arduino android robot, arduino bluetooth android example, arduino bluetooth control robot, arduino bluetooth project, arduino control bluetooth phone, arduino projects for electrical engineering, arduino tutorial, arduino uno projects for beginners, arduino uno, arduino, awesome arduino projects of 2018, basics, beginner, bluetooth module, bluetooth tutorial, bluetooth, code, coding, command, control, create apk, create apps, create software, digital pin, diy, education, electrical engineering, electrical, electronics engineering, electronics, embedded systems, engineering, everything you need to know about arduino, functions, fundamental, hc05 bluetooth module, hc-05 bluetooth, hc05, hc06 bluetooth module, hc06, hc-06, learn, led, microcontroller, mit app inventor android arduinoarduino, mit app inventor, mit inventor tutorial, mit inventor,
Views: 1467 HaKDMoDz
Arduino Uno Wi-Fi Rev 2 | Maker Minute
 
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Arduino offers their Uno Wi-Fi Rev 2, which uses, for the first time on an Arduino board, a brand new 8-bit microprocessor from Microchip. Connect the board to your Wi-Fi network in a secure manner using the new ECC608 crypto chip accelerator, and then explore the possibilities with the onboard inertial measurement unit. Other features include 14 digital input and output pins, of which six can be used as PWM outputs, six analog inputs, a 16 megahertz ceramic resonator, a USB connection, an in-circuit serial programming header, and a reset button. This board contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with an AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/arduino/ABX00021/1050-1166-ND/9486717
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Microprocessor Presentation Part-2
 
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This video is the continuation of the first presentation and its final video is in part 3.
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BitCoin Mining FPGA Card
 
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I picked up a few PCI FPGA Cards on eBay for 99p which, apparently, can mine BitCoins at a speed of 21 Ghash/s (once they're correctly configured!)
Views: 94787 CarlsTechShed
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS - C2000 Delfino F28377S LaunchPad Evaluation Board
 
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The C2000 Delfino LaunchPad is an inexpensive evaluation platform that provides designers with a low cost development kit for high performance digital control applications.
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Embedded Systems:  Analog to Digital Conversion
 
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This is the lecture on the basics of analog to digital conversion (ADC), including the formula used to determine the digital value of the input voltage Vin. Lecture by James M. Conrad at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. This uses the book "Embedded Systems Using the Renesas RX63N" by James Conrad. See http://webpages.uncc.edu/~jmconrad/EducationalMaterials/index.html for more information on Embedded Systems, and for a free pdf copy of the book.
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DEF CON 21 - Panel - Hardware Hacking with Microcontrollers
 
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Hardware Hacking with Microcontrollers: A Panel Discussion JOE GRAND MARK 'SMITTY' SMITH LOST RENDERMAN FIRMWAREZ Microcontrollers and embedded systems come in many shapes, sizes and flavors. From tiny 6-pin devices with only a few bytes of RAM (ala the DEF CON 14 Badge) to 32- bit, eight core multiprocessor systems (ala DEF CON 20 Badge), each has their own strengths and weaknesses. Engineers and designers tend to have their favorites, but how do they decide what part to work with? Join DEFCON Badge designers Joe Grand and LoSTBoY, master of embedded system design FirmWarez, devoted electronics hobbyist Smitty, and moderator extraordinaire RenderMan as they argue the virtues of their favorite microcontrollers and answer questions about hardware hacking. If you're just getting started with electronics and are trying to navigate the sea of available microcontrollers, microprocessors, and modules, this panel is for you. Joe Grand (@joegrand) is an electrical engineer and hardware hacker. He runs Grand Idea Studio (www.grandideastudio.com) and specializes in the design of consumer and hobbyist embedded systems. He created the electronic badges for DEFCON 14 through 18 and was a co-host of Discovery Channel's Prototype This. Back in the day when he was known as Kingpin, he was a member of the infamous hacker group L0pht Heavy Industries. Mark 'Smitty' Smith (@SmittyHalibut) is a network engineer and system administrator by day, relentless maker by night. (And by the weekend.) Electronics and computers have been a hobby of his since childhood with his first 50-In-1 and a TRS-80 at the age of 6. (And by lunch hour.) Microcontrollers have been a part of his repertoire since the 8051 in the mid 90s. His recent experience includes: Arduino, native Atmel, Propeller and BASIC Stamp. He is currently spending most of his Maker energies in the analog domain on Audiophile Electronics. (And by coffee break. In fact, it's safe to say he's always involved in some project or other.) LosT (@1o57) With a background in mathematics and robotics LosT spends his free time between calculating how to take over the world and building the robots to accomplish it. Deciding to teach others how to create robot overlords, he created the Hardware Hacking Village for the DEF CON community with Russ in an effort to get more people involved with hardware. Fearing competition LosT devised the Mystery Challenge to confuse and confound those who would rise up against him- eventually becoming the creator of the badges to that same end. Really he just wants to juggle and read books these days, or watch MST3K with Tom. RenderMan (@ihackedwhat) is a white hat by trade, blackhat by fashion. He spends his days fixing stuff that other people break and evenings finding new ways to break stuff once people fix it. A frequent speaker at conferences around the world, he tries to make the world a better place by educating people about security and the hacker ethic and stuffing random electronics into stuffed toys to make them creepier than ever imagined. FirmWarez (@FirmWarez) is an embedded systems engineer with twenty years experience developing microcontroller based devices ranging from toys to military hardware. Having gone the MBA route to collect such titles as 'Director of Engineering' and 'VP of Engineering', he still stays directly active in designing and building electronics for fun and profit. Currently involved in a couple of start-ups as well as freelance jobs, he works from an obfuscated lab in a barn somewhere deep in flyover country.
Views: 2084 DEFCONConference
TEJ2O0-C, CastleBrooke S.S Computer Technology: Microprocessor
 
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The Microprocessor was invented in November 1971 by three Intel engineers Federico Faggin, Ted Hoff and Stanley Mazor in the United States. The very first microprocessor was an Intel product and they named it the Intel 4004. The 4004 was not powerful at all, it could only add and subtract at 4 bits at a time. That is very weak compared to what microprocessors can do now. After the Intel 4004 was created Intel had launched many microprocessors for different uses such as gas pumps, traffic light controllers, calculators and much more. Since then the microprocessor had been produced form another companies and it had also began getting more and more powerful without excessive power use. The microprocessor otherwise known as the CPU for central processing unit works just like a human brain does, it controls all the information moving within your computer. The information in your computer will tell the microprocessor when certain circuits need to be closed or when it needs to be open.The microprocessor has become much more powerful now than when it was first created. The Intel 4004 could only run up to a maximum clock speed of 740 KHz (kilohertz) which is very far from a gigahertz. A hertz is measurement of how many cycles can be performed per second. 740 KHz can also be known as 740,000 cycles being performed per second. Microprocessors now can reach up to 5 GHz (gigahertz) and possibly more. 5 GHz can also be known as 5,000,000,000 cycles being performed per second. That is almost 7000 times more powerful than the 4004. The microprocessor has evolved very quickly since 1971. The microprocessor has impacted society on a social and an environmental level. There are lots of microprocessors in the things we use daily such as: cars, watches, phones and much more. Without the microprocessor we wouldn't be able to use the internet which helps us in many ways. Without the internet our civilization would be pretty much in the stone ages. Microprocessors affect the way we live in many ways but we don't notice it because it is a very small device with a lot of power. I think in 5 years manufactures will develop a way to make the microprocessor work properly without the need for a coolant. Microprocessors can be very cheap or very expensive depending on the performance of the processor. It could be 100$ or 500$+. Sources: http://inventors.about.com/od/mstartinventions/a/microprocessor.htm http://mashable.com/2011/11/07/intel-sponsored-post/ http://www.howstuffworks.com/microprocessor.htm http://answers.reference.com/digital/equipment/how_does_a_microprocessor_work http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microprocessor
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Program for Hexadecimal to ASCII code conversion using 8085
 
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hexadecimal to ASCII Conversion/ hex to ascii/ assembly language program for hex to ascii conversion/ hexadecimal to ascii in 8085
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Atmel - Android Solution on SAM9 Embedded Microprocessors
 
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http://www.farnell.com/atmel/ Atmel's SAM9M10 is a 400MHz ARM926-based embedded microprocessor with video playback, DDR2 and LPDDR support, wide range of connectivity and user interface peripherals, as well as a dual external bus enterface. The hardware video decoder supports multiple formats (H264, H263, MPEG4, MPEG2, VC1) in resolutions up to WVGA or D1 at 30fps. It includes graphics acceleration, such as scaling, rotation, color conversion and picture-in-picture. The multi-layer bus architecture with 36 DMA channel and 64KB of SRAM can be configured as TCM, and the dual bus interface sustains the high bandwidth required by the processor and its high-speed peripherals. it includes multiple communication interfaces, such as high speed USB host and device with transceivers, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet controller and high-speed SDIO/MMC interface. It also comes with an LCD controller supporting up to 1280x860 resolution, resistive touchscreen controller and camera interface. To view this and other solutions from Atmel please choose your location and view the fantastic range of Atmel products on offer from Farnell at http://www.farnell.com/atmel/
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16 bit bcd to binary conversion in 8086 microprocessor
 
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Programming code to convert 16 bit bcd to binary number in 8086 microprocessor
Views: 20312 Ease The Engineering
UGC NET Previous year Microprocessor 8085 & 8086 Question Solutions 2017 2016 2015 & 2014
 
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Atmel @ ESC Silicon Valley 2011 - Crypto Authentication
 
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The Atmel CryptoAuthentication™ family offers product designers an extremely cost-effective hardware authentication capability in an exceptionally small package. CryptoAuthentication ICs can securely validate a wide variety of physical or logical elements in virtually any microprocessor-based system. More details: http://www.atmel.com/products/cryptoauthentication/default.asp?category_id=172&family_id=699
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Tutorial  9 Packing and Unpacking of BCD number
 
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Assembly programming of Packing and Unpacking of BCD number in 8085 microprocessor
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Moore's Law and The Secret World Of Ones And Zeroes
 
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SciShow explains how SciShow exists -- and everything else that's ever been made or used on a computer -- by exploring how transistors work together in circuits to make all computing possible. Like all kinds of science, it has its limitations, but also awesome possibilities. ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/artist/52/SciShow Or help support us by subscribing to our page on Subbable: https://subbable.com/scishow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Thanks Tank Tumblr: http://thankstank.tumblr.com Sources: http://www.mooreslaw.org/ http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/corporate-information/museum-transistors-to-transformations-brochure.pdf http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Unix-and-Internet-Fundamentals-HOWTO/core-formats.html http://homepage.cs.uri.edu/book/binary_data/binary_data.htm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qm67wbB5GmI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNN_tTXABUA http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21929301.000-parallel-sparking-many-chips-make-light-work.html#.U1iQ3vmSzmc http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20527441.600-spasers-set-to-sum-a-new-dawn-for-optical-computing.html#.U1iREfmSzmc http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Unix-and-Internet-Fundamentals-HOWTO/core-formats.html http://www.extremetech.com/computing/97469-is-14nm-the-end-of-the-road-for-silicon-lithography http://www.amasci.com/miscon/speed.html http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2013/computing-with-light-0704
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Home Built PIC Development Board
 
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My home built PIC development board for assembly language programming. http://www.bristolwatch.com/PIC16F628A/index.htm
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MICROPROCESSOR | PART-1| MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEM COMPONENTS#curiosity about study
 
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Hello Friends, In this video I have covered basic components of microprocessor based system from examination point of view and in this lecture, I have discussed about microcomputer based system block diagram. Thanks CURIOSITY ABOUT STUDY curiosity about study
Intro to Cryptography
 
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This video gives a general introduction to cryptography WITHOUT actually doing any math. Terms covered include cryptology vs cryptography vs cryptanalysis, symmetric vs public key systems, and "coding theory." NOTE: Yes, I said and wrote "cryptOanalysis" when it's actually "cryptanalysis" without the "O". My bad.
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Data transmission Over Wifi using RSA Encryption
 
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This video shows the demonstration of “Data Transmission Over Wi-Fi Using RSA Encryption”. The WiFi based secured wireless communication using RSA encryption allows us to communicate wirelessly with security feature. The data transfer during communication between two systems is encrypted using RSA encryption which is highly secure. The data can be decrypted with correct key only, otherwise it returns some garbage value. This is two-way communication system where we can transmit as well as receive at both ends. We have used Atmega microcontroller interfaced with xbee along with LCD display to send message and key, also have USB keyboards connected to each system and powered by 12V supply. To get this project, visit http://nevonprojects.com/wifi-based-secure-wireless-communication-using-rsa/ We provide Product Delivery and Customer Support Worldwide, so enter your country details on the website for the pricing details. CHECK OUT COLLECTION OF SOME OF OUR OTHER “Encryption Based Project” 1) Video Encryption and Sharing for Android https://youtu.be/4yyGK2ccUHc 2) Android SMS Encrypted System https://youtu.be/PRzIEI-QXf4 3) Extended AES with Custom Configurable Encryption https://youtu.be/3KvmNcw1SXg 4) Image Steganography with 3 Way Encryption https://youtu.be/YaAO758e7y0 5) Mobile Self Encryption Project https://youtu.be/vgABFiBlTJ4 CHECK OUT COLLECTION OF SOME OF OUR OTHER “Electronic Communication Based Project” 1) IR Wireless Underwater Communication System https://youtu.be/BucNu7-vhps 2) Zigbee Based Secured Wireless Communication Using AES https://youtu.be/fmhllaAGcrI 3) Mini FM Transmission System https://youtu.be/ccslzOYUPlc 4) Hand Motion Controlled Robotic Vehicle https://youtu.be/SKJ5JJZmRog 5) DC Motor Speed Control Using GSM https://youtu.be/A_vFGhm8G_A To subscribe this channel click the link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCisTN-GbgzzLRXftgnCJGKg?sub_confirmation=1 “Nevon Express” is our other channel, watch it at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJbZbcQI5PNDvP4TSZUkHRQ
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27c3: TAG/Serial/FLASH/PCB Embedded Reverse Engineering Tools and Techniques (en)
 
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Speakers:Nathan Fain, Vadik a dump of simple tools for embedded analysis at many layers Bring your target. Will release a slew of simple tools that explore attack surfaces and explain of how to use: jtag/serial scanners, parallel flash dumper, DePCB board routing analysis. So, crossover from software RE and start hacking/improving like its 1996 again. (full documentation and reference at: http://events.ccc.de/congress/2010/wiki/Embedded_Analysis) "All non-trivial abstractions, to some degree, are leaky." -- Joel on Software This applies just as well to hardware. In the soft center of embedded security are the human abstraction layers between embedded developers, pcb designers and asic designers which expose attack surfaces that are often rudimentary and unmovable. Using a theoretical embedded target we walk through each surface overcoming obfuscation to gain control. Will release a slew of embedded analysis tools, some lolarduino based, some not. These tools are based on frameworks that support Industrial Design students with electronics prototyping. Meaning, with little technical background you can adapt these tools to your needs. The audience is invited to bring their target where contributors will be clustered in the hack center and be available to suggest means of protection or application of analysis techniques in your project. Tools discussed * [Serial Scanner] Arduino based, will scan 30+ pins for a Serial Port at any baudrate. Includes stimulating lines with wakeup signals (\n,etc). * [JTAGenum] Arduino based, will scan 30+ pins for a JTAG port. Once found can be used to scan for undocumented instructions and functionality. * [Parallel FLASH Dumper] Arduino based, dumps FLASH memory. Flash programmers can be expensive or distribution restricted. Includes discussion for how to dump FLASH where public documentation/footprint cannot be found. * [DePCB] (in progress) Given images of PCB layers, can be used to auto-route IC interconnects. Research in-progress. Based on DeGate which does the same at the transistor level of IC's. Topics covered * Overview of debug surfaces * Basic electrical analysis of pins to narrow target scans * Using Serial and JTAG scanners * Examining undocumented FLASH targets * Dumping FLASH * Discussion of clues that can be found in PCB design choices For more information visit:http://bit.ly/27c3_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/27c3_videos
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What is ASCII?
 
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In this video, we look what ASCII is, how to convert characters into ascii values via Python and C#, and why it's useful. Thank you for watching! Check out my courses on LinkedIn Learning! https://www.linkedin.com/learning/instructors/kathryn-hodge Support me on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/blondiebytes Check out my Python Basics course on Highbrow! https://gohighbrow.com/portfolio/python-basics/ Check out behind-the-scenes on my Instagram! https://instagram.com/blondiebytes/ Free HACKATHON MODE playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/12124758083/playlist/6cuse5033woPHT2wf9NdDa?si=VFe9mYuGSP6SUoj8JBYuwg MY FAVORITE THINGS: Stitch Fix Invite Code: https://www.stitchfix.com/referral/10013108?sod=w&som=c FabFitFun Invite Code: http://xo.fff.me/h9-GH Uber Invite Code: kathrynh1277ue Postmates Invite Code: 7373F SoulCycle Invite Code: https://www.soul-cycle.com/r/WY3DlxF0/ Want to BINGE?? Check out these playlists... Quick Code Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K4QhIAfGKY&index=1&list=PLcLMSci1ZoPu9ryGJvDDuunVMjwKhDpkB Command Line: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm8-UFf8IMg&index=1&list=PLcLMSci1ZoPvbvAIn_tuSzMgF1c7VVJ6e 30 Days of Code: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5WxmFfIWbo&index=2&list=PLcLMSci1ZoPs6jV0O3LBJwChjRon3lE1F Intermediate Web Dev Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFa9fnQGb3g&index=1&list=PLcLMSci1ZoPubx8doMzttR2ROIl4uzQbK GitHub | https://github.com/blondiebytes Twitter | https://twitter.com/blondiebytes LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/blondiebytes
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Introduction
 
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Theory of Computation ☆ Computer Science Lecture
 
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lll➤ Gratis Crypto-Coins: https://crypto-airdrops.de ) In this lecture you will learn: Introduction to Theory of Computation. Made by: Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Kanpur. This video is part of the playlist "University Lectures". For further interesting topics you can look here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdId9dvaMGZPorXrqBHGYn788r1vjVkXl "Computation is any type of calculation that follows a well-defined model understood and expressed as, for example, an algorithm. The study of computation is paramount to the discipline of computer science." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computation This video was made by another YouTube user and made available for the use under the Creative Commons licence "CC-BY". Source channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/nptelhrd
Atmel - Crypto Authentication (ESC Silicon Valley 2011)
 
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http://www.farnell.com/atmel/ The Atmel CryptoAuthentication™ family of solutions offers product designers an extremely cost-effective hardware authentication capability in a wide variety of space-conscious packages. CryptoAuthentication ICs can securely validate a wide variety of physical or logical elements in virtually any microprocessor-based system. The device family supports the latest algorithms approved by cryptographic experts and governments around the world. These include algorithms like Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA-256) and Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). World class protection is ensured with hardware security fortifications like full active metal shields, multiple tamper detection schemes, internal encryption, and many other features designed to thwart the most determined attacks. To view this and other solutions from Atmel please choose your location and view the fantastic range of Atmel products on offer from Farnell at http://www.farnell.com/atmel/
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Hardware Software Co-Design to perform basic Image Processing
 
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This project is done at CEDT, NSIT, under the guidance of Associate Prof. Dhananjay V.Gadre. It includes ARM Cortex M4 processor based microcontroller and FPGA XC3S250E of Spartan-3E family. Processing algorithms for Contrast enhancement and Edge Detection are implemented on FPGA, and microcontroller is reading bmp images from micro SD card sending it to the FPGA to process it and displays the processed images on 2.8 inch QVGA TFT LCD.
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eUI demo1 part1
 
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eUI - generic embedded GUI. Allows debug monitoring and command/control of embedded microprocessors on any network. No hardware, just a software app 'eUI' and your embedded software configuration. eUI is based upon eclipse RCP. Your embedded microprocessor configuration can be anything you want it to be.
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Khan Academy and Code.org | CPU, Memory, Input & Output
 
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Smart fabric designer Madison Maxey and founder and maker Danielle Applestone explain the different components that allow computers to input, store, process, and output information. https://www.khanacademy.org/partner-content/code-org Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything
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WS-8051 Microcontroller Dev Kit - Experiment: 5.7 PROGRAM TO CONVERT HEX TO ASCII-WIZAARD
 
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DEAR ALL, WE Have DEVELOPED "WS-8051 Micro controller Development Board) with LCD. It is an exclusive general-purpose development board for the 8051 family. It is a basic kit for anyone who wants to fully understand the micro controller working and develop products. The intention of the design is to endorse the engineers and students to exercise and explore the capabilities of 8051 micro controllers with many communication protocol ease. Our kit supports 8051 micro controllers from various providers. This unit has been carefully engineered and tested to provide superior performance. This board is easy-to-use, with the help of keyboard operation. This board is designed for studying the micro controller hardware and instruction coding. We can enter HEX code directly to the code memory and test the code with single step running, check the result of the operation with user registers. The kit also provides more devices interfacing, e.g. ADC, EEPROM, Programmable Port, serial port RS232, etc. The MCU can run both single chip or expand modes as well. Our 8051 Micro controller Development Board gives clear hardware design idea about micro controller interfaces. This kit can also be used for 8051 based micro controller projects, without purchasing any other special equipment, such as IC programmers or emulators. Designed, manufacturing and Marketing by, Wizaard System 54-A, 7th Street, Tatabad , Coimbatore-641012, Phone : 0422-4380105, Cell : 9843060303, E-Mail : [email protected] Website : www.wizaardsystem.in WS-8051_V1.2 USER MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION 4 1.1 WS-8051_V1.2 KIT INTRODUCTION 4 1.2 WS-8051_V1.2 KIT OVERVIEW 5 1.3 WS-8051_V1.2 KIT SPECIFICATIONS 6 2 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 7 2.1 HARDWARE 7 2.2 DEVICE MAPPING 5 2.3 CONNECTOR DETAILS 8 2.3.1 26 PIN FRC CONNECTOR 9 2.3.2 DB9 CONNECTOR 10 3 GUIDELINES FOR OPERATION 11 3.1 POWER ON 10 3.2 RESET BUTTON 10 3.3 ‘C’ (COMMAND MENU) 10 3.3.1 A (ASSEMBLE ENTRY) 12 3.3.2 M (MODIFY EXTERNAL MEMORY) 13 3.3.3 U (UNASSEMBLE ENTRY) 14 3.3.4 I (MODIFY INTERNAL MEMORY) 15 3.3.5 R (DISPLAY REGISTER CONTENT) 16 3.3.6 G (EXECUTE) 16 3.3.7 B (BLOCK TRANSFER) 16 4 PROGRAMMING DETAILS 17 4.1 INTRODUCTION 17 4.2 REGISTERS 17 4.3 BREAKPOINTS 17 4.4 PROGRAMMING THE WS-8051 KIT 18 5 MICROCONTRLLER PROGRAMMING USING 8051 KIT 32 5.1 ADDITION PROGRAM 32 5.1.1 ADDITION F TWO 8 BIT NUMBERS 32 5.1.2 ADDITION OF 8 BIT NUMBERS WITH CARRY 34 5.1.3 MULTIBYTE ADDITION 36 5.2 SUBTRACTION OF 8 BIT NUMBERS 49 5.3 MULTIPLICATION OF 8 BIT NUMBERS 42 5.4 PROGRAMS TO ARRANGE NUMBERS IN ASCENDING ORDER 44 5.5 PROGRAM TO FIND BIGGEST NUMBER 58 5.6 PROGRAM TO CONVERT BCD TO HEX 51 5.7 PROGRAM TO CONVERT HEX TO ASCII 54 5.8 PROGRAM TO FIND THE LEAST COMMON MULTIPLIE(L.C.M) 57 5.9 PROGRAM TO FIND THE GREATEST COMMON DIVISOR (G.C.D) 61 5.10 PROGRAM TO FIND THE SQUARE ROOT 65 5.11 PARITY BIT GENERATION 68 5.12 EXTERNAL INTERRUPT PROGRAM 71 5.13 TIMER SQUARE WAVE GENERATION 74 5.14 SERIAL COMMUNICATION 78 All Business Enquirer Contact: Designed, manufacturing and Marketing by, Wizaard System, 54-A, 7th Street, Tatabad , Coimbatore-641012, INDIA. Phone : 0422-4380105, Cell : 9843060303 E-Mail : [email protected] Website : www.wizaardsystem.in
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Ruby B. Lee, Protecting Critical Secrets with SP Processors (September 7, 2006)
 
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From the CISR video library (http://www.cisr.us) Ruby B. Lee - Princeton University Protecting Critical Secrets with SP Processors September 7, 2006 at the Naval Postgraduate School (http://www.nps.edu) ABSTRACT A primary concern of users of computing devices is the protection of their sensitive or secret information. This includes information in both local and remote storage, during transmission and during computation. Ubiquity of networking and third-party software downloads increase the threats of undesirable observation, corruption, loss or leakage of secret or sensitive information. In typical environments, adversaries can exploit software vulnerabilities to compromise software locally or remotely, including possibly the commodity operating system, and can also steal devices or gain physical access. Can anything be done by the processor hardware to provide fundamental hooks for enhancing the protection of a user's secret information? We propose Secret-Protected (SP) architecture, which is a minimalist set of hardware features that can be added to any microprocessor or embedded processor, which protects the "master secrets" that in turn protect other keys and encrypted information, programs and data. We also provide a secure execution environment, when the protected keys are used by software. A user is not tied to a single device, but can conveniently access his protected information on-line from multiple SP devices. In scenarios like crisis response where the user may use certain keys to gain temporary access to protected information, we also define an "authority mode" for SP devices. SP architecture is a concrete example that enhanced security can be provided without compromising performance, cost or usability. SP architecture is part of the SecureCore research project involving Princeton, NPS and USC, funded by DARPA and NSF Cybertrust. SecureCore investigates a clean-slate coordinated design of a security-aware processor, a secure operating system kernel, and secure mobile networking for commodity computing and communications devices. Speaker's Biography: Ruby B. Lee is the Forrest G. Hamrick Professor of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, with an affiliated appointment in the Computer Science Department. She is the director of the Princeton Architecture Laboratory for Multimedia and Security (PALMS). Her current research is in building security into core computer architecture, protecting critical information, providing hardware "safety-nets" for software vulnerabilities, mitigating information leaks boosted by modern microprocessor architecture features, and designing innovative instruction-set architecture to accelerate software cryptography and cryptanalysis. She is a Fellow of the ACM, Fellow of the IEEE, Associate Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Micro and Editorial Board member of IEEE Security and Privacy. Prior to joining the Princeton faculty in 1998, Dr. Lee served as chief architect at Hewlett-Packard, responsible at different times for processor architecture, multimedia architecture and security architecture. She was a key architect of PA-RISC used in HP workstations and servers. She pioneered adding multimedia instructions to microprocessors, facilitating ubiquitous and pervasive multimedia. She has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and a M.S. in Computer Science, both from Stanford University, and an A.B. with distinction from Cornell University, where she was a College Scholar. She has been granted over 115 United States and international patents, and has authored numerous conference and journal papers on computer architecture, multimedia and security topics.
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NASM x64bit BASIC & ALP to count positive and negative numbers SPPU(as1)
 
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Author -Abhishek Sharma Special thanks to Rohan Purkaith CODES- https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pSjGdebxc3ZeBeAscpulm7tB6Fi9Cinn
Views: 462 eNigma
World's first ARM Cortex-M23 in Nuvoton M2351
 
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Nuvoton M2351 is a secure microcontroller platform powered by ARM Cortex-M23 core with ARMv8-M architecture, TrustZone technology, security technologies, peripherals and tools. The ultra-low-power 32-bit microcontroller works in low voltage range from 1.62V to 3.6V and can operate at up to 48 MHz frequency, with up to 512 Kbytes embedded Flash memory in dual bank mode supporting OTA firmware update and up to 96 Kbytes embedded SRAM. It is suitable for applications such as IoT secure connections, fingerprint authentication, EMV card reader, security alarm system, smart home appliance, wireless sensor node device (WSND), auto meter reading (AMR) and portable wireless data collector. The M2351 series is equipped with 32 Kbytes Secure Boot ROM as root of trust, multiple firmware programming tools by In-System Programming (ISP), In-Circuit Programming (ICP) and In-Application Programming (IAP). In addition to TrustZone software protection mechanism, it also supports eXecution Only Memory (XOM), LDROM (user program loader) and multiple cryptographic hardware accelerators which are used to protect the core software and data assets on a microcontroller system. The M2351 series also integrates a 8 COM x 40 SEG controller with internal charge pump for segment LCD panel and provides high performance connectivity peripheral interfaces such as UART, SPI, I²C, GPIOs, USB and ISO 7816-3 for smart card reader. As to Power efficiency, the M2351 series supports Brown-out detector, Power-down mode with RTC turn on, RAM retention less than 2.0 uA, deep power-down mode with RAM retention less than 1 uA and fast wake-up via multiple peripheral interfaces. Security Features ARM Cortex-M23 TrustZone Technology 8 Memory Protection Units (MPU) 8 Security Attribution Units (SAU) Implementation Defined Attribution Unit (IDAU) 2 KB OTP ROM with additional 1KB lock bits Hardware Crypto Accelerators CRC calculation unit Up to 6 tamper detection pins 96-bit Unique ID (UID), 128-bit Unique Customer ID (UCID)
Views: 2357 Charbax
Hardware-Software Co-Design for General-Purpose Processors  [1/14]
 
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The shift toward multi-core processors is the most obvious implication of a greater trend toward efficient computing. In the past, hardware designers were willing to spend superlinear area and power for incremental performance improvements, but that era has come to an end. With the low-hanging fruit of processor microarchitecture having largely been picked, it is my belief that we will increasingly see a trend toward co-designing hardware with the software that runs on it. Processor designers will ask what
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