ECC508 External Resources

Please add relevant links to this page, and feel free to organically create categories/headings.   Evaluation Board Good preface is in this article: https://gojimmypi.blogspot.com/2017/10/atecc508a-embedded-crypto-first.html   Theory Configuration Configuration details are explored in this two part video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pV9Tv9kp_I A solid Raspberry Pi example? – https://github.com/MicrochipTech/gcp-iot-core-examples https://github.com/fhunleth/atecc508a Background https://www.digikey.com/en/videos/m/microchip/a-look-at-the-atmel-crypto-evaluation-studio Misc. Other resources that may be helpful: https://github.com/MartyMacGyver/CryptoAuth-explorations…

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Encrypty 508

You can contribute to this Wiki!!! Find out how here – This page introduces the IoT Encryption chip. This page lists relevant resources/external links. Some high-level description of this chips value: https://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1330354 Good preface is in this article: https://gojimmypi.blogspot.com/2017/10/atecc508a-embedded-crypto-first.html Configuration details are explored in this two part video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pV9Tv9kp_I Other resources that may be helpful:…

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Solar Tracking

MoCo Makers is building a solar tracking turn table! This Wiki page will help us track the progress of this project! This Wiki page is publicly editable. Please see here for   Background: We are assisting the nonprofit Solar Household Energy to build a solar tracking device. We are building hardware and software to support…

Arduino Programmer for Fipsy

You can use Arduino to program the Fipsy FPGA. However, be aware, MOST Arduino devices operated at 5 volts, which is enough to fry the 3.3 volt Fipsy device. This means a Logic Level Converter should be used: Something like this: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12009 or this https://amzn.to/2r7m8Ml We are working with 4 data lines with the SPI…

Blinky with a button

Find the code for this example on GitHub. This example is almost identical to the example except for some key details. In particular, we no plan on using PIN14 as an input. So we no long tie it to ground. To do that, we comment out the following line, as shown: 1//assign PIN14 = 0;…

Contribute to the Wiki

First you need to register. You can do that from the menu.. Once you log in, you will see a bar at the top of the page. Go to Dashboard to find ALL Wiki pages:       Always add this line to the end of articles: Return to the Overview To add code to…

Blinky 1Hz

Find the code for this example on GitHub. The default blinky example is great, but most blinky examples operate at 1 Hz, or, 0.5 seconds on, and 0.5 seconds off. This is a picture of the default blinky example: Our last example, operates at about 2Hz, which is really two cycles per second, each cycle…