NOVEL ARCHITECTURE FOR OPTIMIZED IMPLEMENTATION OF BLOWFISH ALGORITHM FOR HIGH SECURITY APPLICATIONS

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Pavan Kumar Reddy Atla Mr. C Jayarama Krishna

Abstract

It is well-known that advanced encryption standard (AES) algorithm is used for protection against various classes of wireless attacks in wireless communication standard such as Wi-Fi, Wi-MAX, Zig-bee and Bluetooth. However, the AES is a complex algorithm that consumes a larger design core, time, and power source. Hence, this paper presents a development of an improved power-throughput Blowfish algorithm on Spartan 3E XC3S1200E field-programmable gate array (FPGA) as an alternative security algorithm. The proposed memory-based method is used to optimize the performance of Blowfish. The performance is analyzed in terms of its architecture, throughput, and power consumption.


Index Terms: advanced encryption standard, Blowfish, security, power-throughput, field-programmable gate array.

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Atla, P. K. R., & Krishna, M. C. J. (2019). NOVEL ARCHITECTURE FOR OPTIMIZED IMPLEMENTATION OF BLOWFISH ALGORITHM FOR HIGH SECURITY APPLICATIONS. International Journal of Engineering Science and Generic Research, 5(2). Retrieved from http://ijesar.in/index.php/ijesar/article/view/164
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