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Performance Analysis of Key Exchange Protocols on ETSI Standard
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 Title & Authors
Performance Analysis of Key Exchange Protocols on ETSI Standard
Lee, Young-Seok; Choi, Hoon;
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 Abstract
The key exchange protocols are very crucial tools to provide the secure communication in the broadband satellite access network. They should be required to satisfy various requirements such as security, key confirmation, and key freshness. In this paper, we present the security functions in ETSI(European Telecommunications Standards Institute), and analyze the specification of the security primitives and the key exchange protocols for the authenticated key agreement between RCST(Return Channel Satellite Terminal) and NCC(Network Control Centre). ETSI key exchange protocols consists of Main Key Exchange, Quick Key Exchange, and Explicit Key Exchange. We analyse the pros and cons of key exchange protocols based on performance analysis and performance evaluation.
 Keywords
ETSI;Key exchange protocol;NCC;RCST;Authentication;
 Language
Korean
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