The Community for Technology Leaders
Green Image
Three different finite-field multipliers are presented: (1) a dual-basis multiplier due to E.R. Berlekamp (1982); the Massey-Omura normal basis multiplier; and (3) the Scott-Tavares-Peppard standard basis multiplier. These algorithms are chosen because each has its own distinct features that apply most suitably in particular areas. They are implemented on silicon chips with NMOS technology so t
VLSI architecture; finite field multipliers; dual-basis multiplier; Massey-Omura normal basis multiplier; Scott-Tavares-Peppard standard basis multiplier; NMOS technology; field effect integrated circuits; multiplying circuits; VLSI.

I. Reed, T. Truong, L. Deutsch and I. Hsu, "A Comparison of VLSI Architecture of Finite Field Multipliers Using Dual, Normal, or Standard Bases," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 37, no. , pp. 735-739, 1988.
91 ms
(Ver 3.3 (11022016))