[Cryptech Tech] New Avalanche board for Novena?
joachim at secworks.se
Fri Oct 3 10:43:46 UTC 2014
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Fredrik Thulin wrote:
> I haven't done anything for a rev02 yet, so this is an excellent time
> to come up with new requirements =). Did you get the two LEDs on
> rev01 working from the FPGA side?
Not yet, doing pipecleaning of the Novena flow based on Pauls writeup
right now. Then I'll start trying to talk to the noise board.
BTW: I've added a link to Pauls writeup on the front page of the
> Leif have been talking about maybe adding an EEPROM chip that the
> FPGA can use as key store - what do you think about that?
EEPROM? Sounds a bit weird. Flash sounds more reasonable.
>> One could also place a header connected to the same pins to have a
>> simple interface.
> Sorry, I don't understand this part. Do you mean a 100-mil header
> with various test points like the ARRHG board, or just a 100-mil
> header for the avalanche output?
My idea was to have an 8-pin 100-mil header connected to the signal that
is also driving the LEDs to allow easy data out interface. Possibly even
nine LEDs/pins to have 8 bit data + clock signal.
Med vänlig hälsning, Yours
Joachim Strömbergson - Alltid i harmonisk svängning.
Joachim Strömbergson Secworks AB joachim at secworks.se
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