Created: Apr 7, 2006
Updated: Jul 21, 2010
SVN Updated: Mar 10, 2009
Latest version: download
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Other project properties
This is a Verilog implementation of the XTEA block cipher
. It works on two 32-bit blocks of data at a time with a 128-bit key.
A proper OpenCores specification for this unit will be written at some point. Wishbone
compliance is also on the TODO list.
This implementation was adapted from the public domain C release of the algorithm from David Wheeler and Roger Needham by David Johnson
. It is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.
- a very small, efficient implementation
- what more do you need?
Current Stable Release
The current stable release is version 1.0.
This release has seperate encipher/decipher units. A test-bench is available and included in the download. Version 1.0 is not licensed under the LGPL - it is public domain.
Each unit accepts data in data_in1 and data_in2 and a key in key_in. The all_done wire is raised when the results of the operation are ready to be read from data_out1 and data_out2. They need to be reset before each use.
This release has been FPGA-proven on an Altera Stratix EPS1S10F672C6-ES running at 25.175MHz. Higher clock speeds have not been tested.
Please report back if you get the design up-and-running (especially if you get it running as an ASIC) or if you have it running at a higher clock speed.
the download page doesn't appear to be working at the moment, but you can grab the release from CVS
Current SVN Snapshot
Originally the project was split into seperate encipher/decipher units, but these have now been combined into a single unit. The test-bench has not yet been updated for the new combined unit.
The unit accepts data in data_in1 and data_in2, a key in key_in and the mode in mode (1 for encipher, 0 for decipher). The all_done wire is raised when the results of the operation are ready to be read from data_out1 and data_out2. It needs to be reset before each use.
This combined unit, as of yet, has not been tested.
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