Active Technologies is present at PHISIC 2022 conference in cooperation with French distributor Equipments Scientifiques
In the field of hardware security, following the introduction of Meltdown and Spectre attacks, 2022 saw a further development of numerous micro-architectural attacks. Also new emerging side channels were reported and are making it possible to conduct physical attacks remotely (e.g. screaming channels, FPGA-hammer). Within the idea of making cryptography as light as possible (LWC) and as long-term as possible (post-quantum cryptography), the need to efficiently implement emerging cryptography on hardware in a secure way is more and more vivid. This is for example illustrated by two ongoing competitive standardisation processes (NIST post-quantum and lightweight-cryptography).
In this context, the PHISIC workshop aims at providing an environment for exchange among academic and industrial experts of the embedded security arena.
Active Technologies supports the reserch activities with AWG-5000 the world’s fastest 16 bit Arbitrary Waveform Generator, the only instrument capable to reach 5Vpp – 110 ps rise and fall time at the output. Thanks to this unique feature the AWG-5000 can drive directly an EOM (Electro Optical Modulator) avoiding the need of an external amplifier.
The AWG-5000 can be used to generate arbitrary sequences and fast pulses down to 230ps of width.
More info about AWG-5000 Arbitrary Waveform Generator are available HERE
Ferrara – Italy, 17.05.2022