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Parametric Encryption Hardware Design

Adrien Le Masle, Wayne Luk, Jared Eldredge, Kris Carver

Proceedings Edited
6th International Symposium on Applied Reconfigurable Computing (ARC '10)
2010
Abstract

We present new scalable hardware designs of modular multiplication,

modular exponentiation and primality test. These operations

are the core of most public-key crypto-systems. All the modules are based

on an original Montgomery modular multiplier. Our multiplier is the first

Montgomery multiplier design with variable pipeline stages and variable

serial replications. It is 8 times faster than the best existing hardware

implementation and 30 times faster than an optimised software implementation

on an Intel Core 2 Duo running at 2.8 GHz. Our exponentiator

is 2.4 times faster than an optimised software implementation. It reaches

the performance of a more complex FPGA design using DSP blocks

which is the fastest in the literature. Our prime tester is 2.2 times faster

than the software implementation and is 85 times faster than hardware

implementations of the same algorithm with only 60% area overhead.

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