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Video-Rate Scanned-Probe Microscope
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Video-Rate Scanned-Probe Microscope

Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) technology creates images of surfaces through use of a probe that scans a specimen, such as a semiconductor wafer or a biological sample. To craft a specimen image, SPM involves (a) mechanical movement of the probe to scan the specimen and (b) recording techniques to...
Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation
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Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation

Many electronic systems use digital identification for authentication and key derivation to achieve system security. One system security method uses an optical physical unclonable function (PUF), implemented on a printed circuit board. PUFs are constructed from light emitting diodes (LEDs) and an...
Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation
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Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation

Many electronic systems use digital identification for authentication and key derivation to achieve system security. One system security method uses an optical physical unclonable function (PUF), implemented on a printed circuit board. PUFs are constructed from light emitting diodes (LEDs) and an...
Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation
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Waveguides with Dielectric-light Reflectors for Physically Unclonable Functions Applicable on Fully Fabricated Printed Circuit Boards for Identification, Authentication, and Cryptographic Key Derivation

Many electronic systems use digital identification for authentication and key derivation to achieve system security. One system security method uses an optical physical unclonable function (PUF), implemented on a printed circuit board. PUFs are constructed from light emitting diodes (LEDs) and an...

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