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Three Rings of EE Fun

Black Hats, FPGAs, and GPS Spoofs

Welcome to the Big Top of EE Fun, ladies and gentlemen! We’ve got Black Hat hackers, GPS spoofers, and in the center ring, a serious FPGA heavy hitter. This week I chat with Jeff Waters (Senior VP and General Manager at Altera) about how FPGAs can differentiate your design from the next guy’s ASSP, how FPGAs are making their way into the automotive market, and what make and model Jeff would pick as his dream car.

I also have one more Altera DE0-Nano Development Kit (courtesy of Altera) to give away to one lucky listener. I’ll tell you at the end of my broadcast how you can enter to win!

Fish Fry Links – July 27, 2012

More Information about The 2012 Black Hat Conference

Press Release – White Sands tests show GPS ‘spoofing’ can be countered

Fish Fry Interview with Cryptography Research CEO Paul Kocher

Kevin Morris’ feature article Towards Silicon Convergence – Altera’s CTO Weighs In

More Information about the DE0-Nano Development Board

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