Announcing MicroRNG — a hardware random number generator for embedded systems

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TectroLabs is announcing MicroRNG, a hardware random number generator device that can be used in embedded systems as a reliable entropy source. It interfaces with microcontrollers and microprocessors through a mikroBUS™ socket using SPI or 2-wire UART.

Another day, another product! Today, TectroLabs, LLC is announcing a true random number generator in a new form: mikroBUS™, which is the world’s fastest growing add-on board standard. Aptly, we’re calling this new device the MicroRNG.

The TectroLabs MicroRNG is a hardware (true) random number generator device that can be used in embedded systems as a reliable entropy source. It can interface with microcontrollers or microprocessors (mainboards) with integrated circuits and modules through a mikroBUS socket. Generated random numbers can be retrieved from a MicroRNG through an API that is implemented over an SPI interface or a 2-wire UART interface.

MicroRNG can generate random numbers at a rate up to 1 Mbps in SPI mode and up to 1.5 Mbps in UART mode. It embeds comprehensive diagnostics and monitoring features used for validating internal random physical sources and components in real-time.

MicroRNG can be purchased today from the TectroLabs website $179 USD. Learn more at tectrolabs.com.

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Andrian Belinski
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