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Efficient implementation of block ciphers is critical towards achieving both high security and high-speed processing. Numerous block ciphers, such as the Advanced Encryption Standard, have been proposed and implemented targeting a wide range of general purpose processors. It is therefore of interest to evaluate the performance of block ciphers on different types of processors to determine their implementation suitability. In October of 2000, NIST chose Rjindael as the Advanced Encryption Standard and thus the evaluation of Rijndael performance is of high interest. This paper evaluates the performance of Rijndael targeting the Texas Instruments (TI) TMS320C6713 Floating-Point Digital Signal Processor (DSP).
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