Corpus ID: 9761464

True random number generation based on environmental noise measurements for military applications

@inproceedings{Bardis2009TrueRN,
  title={True random number generation based on environmental noise measurements for military applications},
  author={N. Bardis and A. Markovskyi and N. Doukas and N. Karadimas},
  year={2009}
}
  • N. Bardis, A. Markovskyi, +1 author N. Karadimas
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science
  • True random number generators can significantly contribute to the development of high security cryptographic schemes, such as those required for use in military applications. This article presents some the results of an innovative method for the generation of truly random number sequences, based on environmental noise measurements. The statistical properties of different noise types have been studied. Based on this study, an efficient random number generator has been developed that uses signals… CONTINUE READING
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