Important: Transitioning to new Blog!

I have just set up a new blog using wordpress. I feel this provides more options, particularly for themes and plugins. I had a problem with spam on this blog some time ago, and none of the anti-spam plugins I could find dealt with it, so I had to even… more »

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Project 118: Finished White Noise Generator Circuit

I have already finished my RNG project, for the time being at least, but I wanted to show some pictures of the finished white noise generator. It's quite neat and powerful. Connecting the orange output wire and the ground cable to a speaker with an ampl… more »

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Project 118: True Random Number Generator ENT Results

    I did some further testing of various RNG's using ENT. I thought that my RNG had performed better than the pseudorandom RNG at first, but it turned out that the data had not been correctly formulated. These four tests are based on a 1MB data fil… more »

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Project 118: True Random Number Generator DIEHARD Results

      I have recently completed analysis of my True Random Number generator by subjecting it to the rigorous DieHard testing suite. This software application was created by George Marsaglia and is available here: DieHard. I tried various other te… more »

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Project 118: True Random Number Generator

Just a quick update on my Random Number Generator project. I have finally managed to get a random white noise output from the circuit using transistors, instead of a zener diode. The principle is the same as the previous circuits (reverse breakdow… more »

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