Semiconductors Research founded in 1991 by Radiolinija, UAB that helped hundreds of its customers to achieve their goals in research and development.
Whenever your company needs qualified help of our highly professional team in seeing what is inside a technology just contact us and you will receive all the information you need for getting a competitive advantage and improving your chances of success in the world of semiconductors and electronics.
Semiconductors Research laboratories uses high-end technologies and the latest laboratory equipment to help other companies in analyzing the circuitry and physical composition of semiconductors, microcode reverse engineering. Our company analyzes a wide variety of electronic systems (finished products) as well. The main goal of our company is to support our customers in creation of new products and competitive studies.
Our laboratory activity focuses on:
- Research into security vulnerabilities of microcontrollers, CPLDs and FPGAs
- Developing attack methods for MaskROM, EPROM, EEPROM, Flash, Antifuse and FRAM memories
- Research into innovative attack technologies
- Evaluating of existing products against non-invasive, semi-invasive and invasive attacks
- IC de-processing
- Photo imaging
- Netlist extraction
- Circuit analysis
|Component's marking identification (by decapsulation and analysis marking on the chip using a microscope)||€ 400,00|
|Component's marking identification (by analysis of crystal structure using a microscope)||€ 1.000,00|
|A brief analysis of the structure and identification of the integrated circuit||€ 1.000,00|
|Advanced analysis of the structure, components, layers of metallization, integrated circuit design rules||€ 3.000,00|
|Reading of protected Mask ROM memory (decapsulation, digitization, conversion to a binary code, conversion to assembler code including decryption of memory addressing)||€ 10.000,00|
|Analysis of software code, disassembling of code for later analysis, i.e. from a binary code into assembler language code||€ 1.000,00|
|Porting code from assembler to C to understand the algorithm of the program||cost depends on the amount of code|