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Reverse engineering the silicon in the ARM1 processor

How can you count bits in hardware? In this article, I reverse-engineer the circuit used by the ARM1 processor to count the number of set bits in a 16-bit field, showing how individual transistors form multiplexers, which are combined into adders, and finally form the bit counter. The ARM1 is the ancestor of the processor in most cell phones, so you may have a descendent of this circuit in your pocket. ARM ...

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Axiomatics Releases New Reverse Query Authorization Product – A Breakthrough Innovation for Authorization Services

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 28, 2011 Axiomatics, the leading independent XACML authorization solution supplier, is launching a new product to handle authorizations for extremely large sets of data and entitlements. The product, called Axiomatics Reverse Query, combines Axiomatics' leading Policy Decision Point (PDP) with innovative, patent pending technology from Axiomatics' R&D labs. With ARQ, it become ...

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John Mehrmann to Speak at the Reverse Logistics Conference & Expo in Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) January 30, 2007 John Mehrmann, a leading authority and industry expert, will present "Evolve or Become Extinct, A Reverse Logistics Model to Deliver Expanded Shareholder Value." In the evolution of Supply Chain Management Services and Solutions, Reverse Logistics evolved from a requirement for merely managing returns into a competitive advantage for Retail, OEMs and Branded c ...

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Armistead Technologies To Refocus Business On Reverse Engineering Printed Circuit Boards

Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) May 31, 2007 Armistead Technologies, an electronics engineering firm, has redirected its energies specifically toward reverse engineering printed circuit board (PCB) assemblies. "Re-engineering printed circuit boards has always been a major part of our business," says company founder and owner John Armistead. "In talking with my partners, we decided to dedicate ourselves to pursui ...

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Reverse Engineering Breathes New Life Into Old Equipment

Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) June 28, 2007 For more than 18 years, Armistead Technologies has reverse engineered printed circuit boards (PCBs) for clients in the electronics industry. Recently however, an increasing number of small to mid-size manufacturers are discovering the value of reverse engineering as a business resource. Company founder and owner John Armistead recalled a recent project for a client w ...

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Armistead Technologies Launches Online PCB Reverse Engineering Cost Calculator

Glen Arm, MD (PRWEB) November 9, 2007 Reverse engineering a printed circuit board (PCB) is a highly customized project, requiring in-depth knowledge of electronics, design engineering, and production. That complexity makes it difficult for companies to know how much to budget when outsourcing a reverse engineering project, or even whether or not reverse engineering a current PC board is a cost-effective opt ...

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Reverse Engineering Emerging As The Latest Trend In Advancing Technology

Glen Arm, MD (PRWEB) January 31, 2008 As NASA moves forward with plans for future Mars missions, it has found itself relying on solutions from the past. Decades-old equipment and technologies from the Moon program are being used as the foundation for Mars-bound space systems. Unfortunately the engineers who created those solutions are long gone -- retired, dead, or moved on to other projects in other fields ...

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