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November 15
13:00 — 14:00
Quick guide to Software Defined Radio
HARDWARE.ZONE
Russian
To understand how SDR works, one needs to have an understanding about these devices. In this report, I plan to investigate this issue and focus specifically on FPGA, which is an essential component of all modern SDRs. ...
November 15
14:00 — 15:00
Getting to know GnuRadio
HARDWARE.ZONE
Russian
Some less than obvious specifics attributed to SDR (what is intermodulation, and why it’s bad, how to suppress a receiver by transmitting in the sideband frequency, as well as sensitivity and selectiveness of SDR). Modern types ...
November 15
15:00 — 16:00
Introduction to Circuit Design
HARDWARE.ZONE
Russian
The life-cycle of a project. Development of device architecture, its structural and functional circuits. The effect of decision-making on the circuitry and topology of the finished product. Prototype, experimental and mass-produced specimens. Ways to test the ...
November 15
16:00 — 17:00
STM32 microcontrollers: Introduction
HARDWARE.ZONE
Russian
STM32 microcontrollers are in a way a middle ground in terms of value for money. In this report we are going to look at just how much more you can get out of STM32 than out of Arduino, for instance, and all for the same price. And still ...
November 15
17:00 — 18:00
Hardware reverse FT2232H, ESP32, PSoC5, usb-sniffer on MAX3421E, KiCAD: DIY
HARDWARE.ZONE
Russian
Hardware reverse FT2232H, ESP32, PSoC5, usb-sniffer on MAX3421E, KiCAD: DIY. ...
November 15
18:00 — 19:00
Fault Injection attacks on ARM MK
HARDWARE.ZONE
Russian
In the HARDWARE.ZONE I’m going to talk about and showcase how by just using some very common items like FPGA and Python you can enact a glitch attack on an MK running a ARM core through its power supply. Our test subject will be our good old ...