« Last post by BloodyCactus on Today at 01:23:35 AM »
there are dissasemblers 'inverse assemblers' around to display the decoded streams.
Its a very unique device, which means its was made for one customer, and then offered to the open market. If it had been developed for a specific application, rather than a specific customer, they would push its suitability for that application.If you worry about firmware, use controller with internal flash and memory protection..
You also need to ensure firmware upgrade method is also secure. Assuming you do release firmware upgrades.
If that firmware is on external memory chip, it will be copied in china or where ever copies will come if your product is popular...
Well yes I think you're right - but its a shame as the LPC4370 has that 80MSPS 12bit ADC which is as far as I know is unique for a microcontroller - the fastest I have encountered elsewhere are the 5MSPS 12bit ADCs on some STM32F3 devices. The triple core, HS USB and large internal RAM are also attractive features for the price.