• Reverse Engineering

    How to quickly rip apart a UEFI firmware

    Imagine this. It’s been a couple of months since you upgraded your trusty laptop with a good old SSD, the speed is fair but there’s just something wrong. Hibernation is taking ages, but why? You rip your firmware apart and find out they’ve crippled your S-ATA controller.. Enter the Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 MK3, one of…

  • General Hardware Design

    The problem of common knowledge and 2-layer differential pairs

    For one of our high-performance hardware projects, I have been diving into the myths and facts of differential pairs and PCB routing in general. The more documentation I dug up, however, the more questions popped up, leaving me with only a single question: does anyone really know what they’re talking about? Those who are into…

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