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Software Defined Radio IC Decap: R820/RTL2832U

Monday, December 26th, 2016

Software Defined Radio teardown: R820/RTL2832U Decap Recently there has been much interest in two integrated circuit which were originally designed to receive FM radio and DVB-T TV (as used in Europe). Some enterprising people quickly realised that since they were based on software-defined techniques they could be quickly re purposed...

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LED candle effect: Tear down and decap of a controller

Monday, December 12th, 2016

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndXQex_spS8[/embed] A teardown video from Electronupdate: A dollar store item which implements a flickering candle effect using and LED. A look at the technology: linear feedback shift register or ROM based? Let's decap the controller and take a look at the silicon die to find out! More details at Electronupdate blog.

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AVR decapping

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Here are some examples by manekinen of what can happen when an apparently high reverse voltage is applied to several AVRs. Via Hack a Day.

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