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  • Lattice Sentry Root of Trust Demo for MachXO3D

    Demo

    Lattice Sentry Root of Trust Demo for MachXO3D

    A complete bitstream/firmware package which helps you demonstrate and test a NIST 800-193-compliant PFR solution on the Lattice Sentry Demo Board for MachXO3D
    Lattice Sentry Root of Trust Demo for MachXO3D
  • Lattice Sentry Root of Trust Reference Design for MachXO3D

    Reference Design

    Lattice Sentry Root of Trust Reference Design for MachXO3D

    This design utilizes Lattice Sentry IP to help you develop and test a complete NIST 800-193-compliant PFR solution. You can modify to suit your specific needs.
    Lattice Sentry Root of Trust Reference Design for MachXO3D
  • AES-CCM Core

    IP Core

    AES-CCM Core

    Implements Counter with CBC-MAC (CCM) authenticated encryption mode to NIST 800-38C
    AES-CCM Core
  • AES-GCM Core

    IP Core

    AES-GCM Core

    Implements Galois/Counter (GCM) authenticated encryption mode to NIST 800-38D
    AES-GCM Core
  • Fast AES Core

    IP Core

    Fast AES Core

    Implements AES (Rijndael) to latest NIST FIPS PUB 197. Full dynamic support for all AES key sizes (128, 192 and 256-bits)
    Fast AES Core
  • High Performance DES and Triple-DES Cores

    IP Core

    High Performance DES and Triple-DES Cores

    Implement the DES and triple-DES encryption standards, as described in NIST Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) publication 46-3
    High Performance DES and Triple-DES Cores
  • Standard AES Core

    IP Core

    Standard AES Core

    A mid-rate solution, aimed at applications which require a few hundred Mbps throughput, whilst offering a really efficient area footprint (NIST FIPS PUB 197)
    Standard AES Core
  • Tiny Hash Core

    IP Core

    Tiny Hash Core

    Supports one or more of the NIST approved cryptographic hashing algorithms described in FIPS 180-3, plus the legacy MD5 algorithm described in RFC 1321
    Tiny Hash Core
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