MAXREFDES155

MAXREFDES155#: DeepCover Embedded Security in an IoT: Public-Key Secured Data Paths


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Description

The MAXREFDES155# is an internet-of-things (IoT) embedded-security reference design, built to authenticate and control a sensing node using elliptic-curve-based public-key cryptography with control and notification from a web server.

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Tools & Models

  • MAXREFDES155# Gerber File
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