New chip technology foils code grabbers

Braham, James
May 1996
Machine Design;5/23/96, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p30
Trade Publication
Features a new family of code-hopping devices from Microchip Technology Inc. Solution to security problems in systems using infrared, radio frequency, microwave transmissions and smart cards; Microship's use of Kelloq code-hopping technology developed by Nanoteq; Long code word length with encryption and synchronization techniques.


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