Published May 31, 2007
by Xlibris Corporation .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
The Pseudo-Random Bit Sequence source (PRBSsrc) is capable of generating waveforms distorted along amplitude and time axes, to represent realistic binary signals at an arbitrary point in a communication system. It is assumed that the user is sufficiently knowledegable about the transmission conditions present at the point of interest to. the better generators use 64 bit integers. So be sure you are working on a 64 bit system and type your variables appropriately. 6. ReproducibilityFor debugging and testing purposes you want to be able to generate the same stream of random numbers repeatedly. For any random number generator ofFile Size: 86KB. In this communication, we propose a novel pseudo random bit generator (PRBG) based on two chaotic logistic maps running side-by-side and starting from random independent initial conditions. The. Pseudorandom binary sequence Seemingly random, difficult to predict bit stream created by a deterministic algorithm A pseudorandom binary sequence (PRBS) is a binary sequence that, while generated with a deterministic algorithm, is difficult to predict and exhibits statistical behavior similar to a truly random sequence.
bit stream produced by a Pseudo Random Number Generator (PRNG). To be more precise, we embed the remarks made in and deﬁne a stream cipher as follows: an encryption function which operates on individual plaintext digits (usually bits) where its internal state is initialized with the secret key prior to Size: KB. Description. Pseudorandom numbers in MATLAB ® come from one or more random number streams. The simplest way to generate arrays of random numbers is to use rand, randn, or functions all rely on the same stream of uniform random numbers, known as the global can create other streams that act separately from the global stream, and you can use their rand, randi, or randn. Both the transmitter and the receiver use the same pseudo-random number generator. When the transmitter sends a bit code, it uses the pseudo-random number generator to pick a new code, which it stores in memory. On the other end, when the receiver receives a valid code, it uses the same pseudo-random number generator to pick a new one. Intended audience and how to use this book The book is intended to be self contained. Some supplementary material covering basic facts from probability theory and algebra is provided in the appendices. The book is divided into three parts. Part I develops symmetric encryption which explains how two parties, Alice and Bob, canFile Size: 6MB.
A scheme for pseudo-random binary sequence generation based on the spatial chaotic map is proposed. In order to face the challenge of using the proposed PRBS in cryptography, the proposed PRBS is subjected to statistical tests which are the well-known FIPS in the area of cryptography, and correlation properties of the proposed sequences are by: In one of the stages of the development of chaotic stream ciphers, the application of discrete chaotic dynamical systems in pseudo random bit generation has been widely studied recently. Describes how to set up pseudo random bit streams (PRBS) capability on the A and A (now B and B) function arbitrary waveform generators. Category Science . The connection with cryptography is very close, since any pseudo-random bit stream along with exclusive-or provides a cryptosystem (though not necessarily a strong system), and any good ciphertext should look like a pseudo-random bit stream (perhaps occurring in blocks).