# Efficient architectures for elliptic curve cryptography processors for RFID

@article{Leinweber2009EfficientAF, title={Efficient architectures for elliptic curve cryptography processors for RFID}, author={Lawrence Leinweber and Christos A. Papachristou and Francis G. Wolff}, journal={2009 IEEE International Conference on Computer Design}, year={2009}, pages={372-377} }

RFID tags will supplant barcodes for product identification in the supply chain. The capability of a tag to be read without a line of sight is its principal benefit, but compromises the privacy of the tag owner. Public key cryptography can restore this privacy. Because of the extreme economic constraints of the application, die area and power consumption for cryptographic functions must be minimized. Elliptic curve processors efficiently provide the cryptographic capability needed for RFID… CONTINUE READING

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