Subject: Electronics | Signal Processing | Hardware and Architecture | Electrical and Electronic Engineering | TK5101-6720 | TK7800-8360 | Telecommunication
As VLSI technology has been improved, a smart card employing 32-bit processors has been released, and more personal information such as medical, financial data can be stored in the card. Thus, it becomes important to protect personal information stored in the card. Veri... View more
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