Toward development of high secure sensor network nodes using an FPGA-based architecture

  title={Toward development of high secure sensor network nodes using an FPGA-based architecture},
  author={Bj{\"o}rn Stelte},
In the last years research on wireless sensor networks (WSN) has focused on how to build power-aware sensor networks. Due to the limited resources an effective, efficient cryptosystem is needed to provide security and at the same time save power and memory. Efficient usage of strong cryptographic algorithms for WSNs is an open problem. To solve this problem we propose in this paper a new architectural concept for WSN sensor nodes. In our concept, power-saving and cost-saving FPGA chips build… CONTINUE READING

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