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Ultra-Low Power Crypto-Engine Based on Simon 32/64 for Energy- and Area-Constrained Integrated Systems

11/02/2018
by   Sachin Taneja, et al.
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This paper proposes an ultra-low power crypto-engine achieving sub-pJ/bit energy and sub-1Kμ m^2in 40nm CMOS, based on the Simon cryptographic algorithm. Energy and area efficiency are pursued via microarchitectural exploration, ultra-low voltage operation with high resiliency via latch-based pipelines, and power reduction techniques via multi-bit sequential elements. Overall, the comparison with the state of the art shows best-in-class energy efficiency and area. This makes it well suited for ubiquitous security in tightly-constrained platforms, e.g. RFIDs, low-end sensor nodes.

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