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  • 🔭 I'm currently working on various projects in Embedded area (FPGA, Automotive, Reverse Engineering)
  • 🌱 I'm currently learning programming µC on Embedded Systems
  • 👯 I'm looking to collaborate on challenging project (mostly in Digital Design|Embedded Systems)
  • 💬 Ask me about FPGA and ASIC design or any Hardware related stuff
  • 📫 How to reach me: Keybase|Telegram|Github
  • Fun fact: Linux big fan and iDevices ambassador at the same time

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Tools, Hardware and Resources related to CAN bus CAN ID Databases by Car Vendors Sources and Libs for Embedded Systems Repurposed FPGA boards which getting Second life in DYI/Hobby projects

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  1. Collect of various scripts for helping work with EDA-tools (ASIC, FPGA, etc)

    Shell 11 1

  2. 🚛 A curated list of awesome CAN bus tools, hardware and resources

    68 9

  3. Simple pin assignment generator for IC case

    PHP 6

  4. MATLAB/Octave generator of Hamming ECC coding. Output format is Verilog HDL.

    MATLAB 3

  5. Forked from tudortimi/rgen

    IP-XACT based CLI-tools

    Mako 2 1

  6. Verilog HDL implementation of the GOST 28147-89 — a Soviet and Russian government standard symmetric key block cipher

    Verilog 7 1

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March 2021

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February 2021

Created an issue in conchyliculture/Yand that received 4 comments

Extract images from RAW NAND

I dumped NAND image with command: yand_cli.py --page_size 2048,128 --pages_per_block 64 --number_of_blocks 2048 --read --file TC58NVG1S3HTA00.bin N…

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Opened 4 other issues in 3 repositories
2 contributions in private repositories Feb 24

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