An Effective Symmetric Key Recovery Scheme for Secure Onboard Satellite Applications

Reconfigurable FPGAs promise high density, performance and good schedulable options with their wide range of SRAM target devices that can be hosted for any applications. The SRAM FPGAs are widely used due to their vast resources and ease to design, but critically suffers due to radiation errors called Single Event Upsets (SEU). These errors are prominent when the FPGA device is employed beyond an altitude. Therefore, it is very essential to prevent or to correct the SEUs, particularly for applications in satellites.

Provided by: SRM University Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jul 2011 Format: PDF

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