DSP IC series unlock /crack:
We often say that the DSP chip, also known as the digital signal processor, is the abbreviation of Digital Signal Process. It is a particular chip that can express and process signals digitally. In addition to the high-speed operation and control functions emphasized by conventional microprocessors, the DSP chip has its unique characteristics in processor structure, instruction system, and instruction flow.
Since the birth of the DSP chip, it has developed rapidly. The rapid development of DSP chips benefits not only from the early development of integrated circuit technology but also from the vast global market demand. In a short period of more than ten years, DSP chips have widespread use in many fields such as signal processing, communication, radar and so on.
According to the use of DSP, it can divid into general-purpose DSP chip and special-purpose DSP chip. Among them, TI’s TMS320F series chips are representative general-purpose DSP chips.
Because the integration and complexity of the DSP chip are much higher than that of the ordinary single chip computer, the difficulty of decryption is also very different from that of the usual MCU. At present, few companies can research and ,DSP TMS320F24 IC unlock, TMS320F28 MCU crack, TI mcu unlock chips in China.
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So how to judge which company can decrypt your DSP chip?
The answer is simple. You need to follow the two principles.
1. Cycle Principle: If a company can decrypt the DSP chip, the decryption period of the chip must be within one to two days.
2. Compensation Principle: If a company can unlock the DSP chip, it must be willing to sign the “Decryption Failure Compensation Agreement” with customers.
In other words, if a company claims to be able to crack the DSP chip, but flickers in the decryption cycle. At the same time, it is more reluctant to sign a similar compensation agreement. Then it can be concluded that it can not decrypt the DSP chip at all. It just wants to deceive customers by delaying time all or part of the deposit. Such cases have long been common in the decryption industry. Case click)
Series of TMS320F 28: