5 thoughts on “IC Friday: TI’s CC1110F32

  1. maZZoo


    a big thank you is due. I can spot a few interesting things in the large RF-section (cc1110f32-20x-stitched.jpg). Sadly most digital parts are scrambled, I had liked to see the AES128 processor.

    Matthias Wenzel

  2. nico Post author

    No problem! Unfortunately, it is often almost impossible to reverse engineer the digital portion or a modern IC due to the obfuscation by several layers of interconnects and optical properties of polysilicon.

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