Makaleyi inceleme imkanı verecekleri için ve değerli yorum ve tavsiyelerini paylaşarak katkıda bulunacakları için sayın editör ve hakemlere teşekkürlerimi sunarım. Sayın Prof. Dr. Ayhan ISTANBULLU’nun, önerilen makale ile ilgili çalışmaları bulunmaktadır. Sayın Doç. Dr. Erdinç AVAROĞLU’nun, önerilen makale ile ilgili çalışmaları bulunmaktadır. Sayın Doç. Dr. Taner Tuncer’in, önerilen makale ile ilgili çalışmaları bulunmaktadır.
Despite the fact that chaotic systems do not have very complex circuit structures, interest in chaotic systems has increased considerably in recent years due to their interesting dynamic properties. Thanks to the noise-like properties of chaotic oscillators and the ability to mask information signals, great efforts have been made in recent years to develop chaos-based TRNG structures. In this study, a new chaos-based dual entropy core TRNG with high operating frequency and high bit generation rate was realized using 3D Pehlivan-Wei Chaotic Oscillator (PWCO) structure designed utilizing RK-Butcher numerical algorithm on FPGA and ring oscillator structure. In the FPGA-based TRNG model of the system, 32-bit IQ-Math fixed-point number standard is used. The developed model is coded using VHDL. The designed TRNG unit was synthesized for Virtex-7 XC7VX485T-2FFG1761 chip produced by Xilinx. Then, the statistics of the parameters of FPGA chip resource usage and unit clock speed were examined. The data processing time of the TRNG unit was achieved by using the Xilinx ISE Design Tools 14.2 simulation program, with a high bit production rate of 437.043 Mbit/s. In addition, number sequences obtained from FPGA-based TRNG were subjected to the internationally valid statistical NIST 800-22 Test Suite and all the randomness tests of NIST 800-22 Test Suite were successful.
|Journal Section||Research Articles|
|Publication Date||June 30, 2021|
|Published in Issue||Year 2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 1|
Chaos Theory and Applications in Applied Sciences and Engineering: An interdisciplinary journal of nonlinear science
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