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total: 22/810 IP Cores
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    Binary Field ECC Core (BF-ECC)

    Public-key cryptography is an asymmetric-key cryptographic system that uses a pair of keys; public key and private key. The Binary Field ECC Core (BF-ECC) IP supports the elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) over binary field GF(2^m) defined by NIST Std. FIPS PUB 186-4. The BF-ECC IP computes elliptic curve point scalar m..

    KU471S0990 | 2019-01-21

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    Dual Field ECC Core (DF-ECC)

    Public-key cryptography is an asymmetric-key cryptographic system that uses a pair of keys; public key and private key. The Dual Field ECC Core (DF-ECC) IP supports the elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) over both binary field GF(2^m) and prime field GF(p) defined by NIST Std. FIPS PUB 186-4. The DF-ECC IP computes four..

    KU471S0989 | 2019-01-21

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    Public-Key Crypto-Core (PKCC) IP

    Public-key cryptography is an asymmetric-key cryptographic system that uses a pair of keys; public key and private key. The Public-Key Crypto-Core (PKCC) IP supports both the elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) over prime field GF(p) and the RSA defined by NIST Std. FIPS PUB 186-4. The PKCC IP computes the scalar multipl..

    KU471S0960 | 2018-11-27

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    Public-key Crypto-core IP for ECC and RSA

    Public key cryptography is an asymmetric-key cryptographic system that uses a pair of keys; public key and private key. The Public-key Crypto-core IP for ECC and RSA supports the 224-bit ECC over GF(p) and the 2,048-bit RSA defined by NIST Std. FIPS PUB 186-4. It computes scalar multiplication for ECC and modular expon..

    KU471S0930 | 2017-12-27

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    AES-GCM Authenticated Encryption Core IP

    Authenticated Encryption (AE) is a form of symmetric-key cryptography that provides integrity and authenticity as well as confidentiality. The AES-GCM Authenticated Encryption Core IP provides the AE scheme that was standardized by ISO/IEC 19772. It provides integrity and authenticity by GHASH function and confidential..

    KU471S0929 | 2017-12-26