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The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm is a subset of the Rijndael algorithm. It was selected by NIST as a replacement algorithm for DES which is no longer considered cryptographically secure due to the susceptibility of brute force attacks using modern computational power. The AES algorithm is a 128 bit block cipher and supports three different key sizes; 128, 192, and 256 bits.
- Area: 8,000 ASIC gates for encrypt/decrypt, key expansion and interface logic
- Electronic Code Book algorithm
- Optional support for CBC mode if required
- 32 bit data and control bus interface
- Support for 128, 196 and 256 bit keys
- Automatic generation of key context from key data
- Core verified through NIST FIPS vectors ensure complete standards compliance
- Test bench provided
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