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    Hi everybody,

    Le Sat, 25 Feb 2006 15:19:40 +0100, Jan Engelhardt a écrit :

    >>If the modules crc changes,
    >>it must do an instant disable of the transmitter functions and exit or
    >>crash, thereby precluding any 'hot rodding' of the chipset.
    >>
    > Would not it be easiest to have the chipset enforce the acceptable bands?
    > So that software can't switch the chipset to 1337 GHz no matter how hard
    > you forward/reverse-engineer it.
    >
    I will say, why not put the restriction of the firmware binary blob ?
    It run on the device so it will be difficult for people to analyse it.

    Also the firmware could be on a eeprom and transparent for the user.


    Matthieu


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