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A comparative study of AES implementations on ARM processors Public Deposited

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  • AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), also known as Rijndael, is a symmetric key block cipher adopted as an encryption standard by the US government and used extensively in cryptographic applications worldwide. ARM is the most popular processor core used in embedded applications. This thesis surveys the available public implementations of AES and measures their performance on the ARM processor. The architectural features of the ARM processor are studied and used to enhance the performance of the two fastest AES implementations on the ARM 9TDMI processor core. The optimization methods used are discussed and the results of the optimization are presented.
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