Implementation of Pseudo-Random Number Generator Using LFSR ​

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Implementation of Pseudo-Random Number Generator Using LFSR ​
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Project Description

Rapid technology advancement became a prime concern when Cybersecurity and the privacy of human data became vulnerable to
hackers. Engineers are working hard to build strong security to prevent hackers from damaging hardware, software, or electronic data. Generating pseudo-random sequences of values using Linear Feedback Shift Register can help to build strong security to avoid unauthorized access to private information. LFSR is also used in cryptography to encrypt and decrypt electronic data which helps to secure all our ATM cards, computer passwords, and electronic commerce [1]. Moreover, Cyclic-Redundancy Check(CRC) is used to detect error or corruption during signal data transmission which is possible to easily implement in hardware using LFSR. The sequence of values stored in the LFSR is known as checksum and receivers check out the internal checksum generation with the
checksum in the transmitter to figure out the real problems[3]. If there is no fault or corruption the receiver check produces all zeros. XOR plays a vital role because with the help of alternative tap selection we can get different random values. The main purpose of the research is to use LFSR to generate pseudo-random values with the help of shift registers and XOR
alternative tap selections.

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