the design knock off nigel

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by takao21203, Mar 21, 2013.

  1. takao21203

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    Every manufacturer can take precautions to people copying off the design quite easily.

    -Twisted assembler produced by compilers, you don't need a code protect. If you use the max. density of the memory with programming tricks in C, the assemler code from that will look funny :)

    No one wants to work that out manually in assembler. Even if you get an idea how it works, you really would not want to.

    -Unusual analogical circuit elements.

    For instance I get random numbers from thermal noise. Never a same code again.

    Copying off designs in a productive way means only to use some aspects for your own product.

    It is OK to do it.
     
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