"John P. Looney" wrote:
> > 40-bit encryption is a joke. For custom hardware like that you're
> > probably looking at a minimum of £5,000 to get yourself a designed and
> > tested FPGA, something to put it in, and controlling software.
> Dunno about that - they can't be that expensive for the cheaper ones....
> I've a few 8000 gate 30Mhz FPGAs & programming boards on my desk.
How much for that hardware and the programming software and the board to
house a large number of them long term?
And how well do they run Q3A under Linux?
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