High-Speed Hardware Architectures for ARIA with Composite Field Arithmetic and Area-Throughput Trade-Offs

  • Received : 2008.04.01
  • Accepted : 2008.08.22
  • Published : 2008.10.31

Abstract

This paper presents two types of high-speed hardware architectures for the block cipher ARIA. First, the loop architectures for feedback modes are presented. Area-throughput trade-offs are evaluated depending on the S-box implementation by using look-up tables or combinational logic which involves composite field arithmetic. The sub-pipelined architectures for non-feedback modes are also described. With loop unrolling, inner and outer round pipelining techniques, and S-box implementation using composite field arithmetic over $GF(2^4)^2$, throughputs of 16 Gbps to 43 Gbps are achievable in a 0.25 ${\mu}m$ CMOS technology. This is the first sub-pipelined architecture of ARIA for high throughput to date.

Acknowledgement

Grant : Development of Anonymity-based u-Knowledge Security Technology

Supported by : IITA