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The ML2726 is a highly integrated RF transceiver incorporating a sigma-delta fractional-N synthesizer, voltage controlled oscillator (VCO), upconversion and downconversion mixers, data slicer and transceiver configuration registers.
PALO ALTO, California, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- - PureSpec Verification IP Product Automates Verification of Configuration Registers Denali Software, Inc.
2 enhancements and provides a complete, turnkey hardware security solution that integrates a high-performance, low-power, RISC processor; 2048-bit RSA sign crypto-accelerator; hardware SHA-1 hash engine; a true random number generator; 32 platform configuration registers (PCRs); a secure EEPROM, SRAM, timer, real-time clock, LPC interface to Intel and AMD processors, two-wire serial interface for embedded applications; and tamper prevention circuitry that detects any attempts to read the chip's contents.
The hashed value is stored in the TPM's Platform Configuration Registers (PCRs) and can be compared to the current state of the system's software.
Registers are not just limited to traditional configuration registers, but can also refer to register arrays and memories.
PureSpec Verification IP Product Automates Verification of Configuration Registers PALO ALTO, Calif.
The schema specification covers the format for integrity data to be collected and reported; the format for representing reference measurement of known values; and the format for evaluating the results of platform integrity assessments including reporting of the TPM platform configuration registers (PCRs).
Configuration registers exist in all semiconductor chips and intellectual property (IP) products, often numbering in the thousands.