Linear Feedback Shift Register, a pseudorandom bit generator which can be efficiently implemented in hardware.

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LFSR, different bits from different initial states

Suppose we useLFSR, which gives output $x_1x_2x_3\dots$ from some particular initial state. From another state, different from previous, same LSFR though, it gives sequence $y_1y_2y_3\dots$ ...
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Berlekamp-Massey algorithm, correct stepping

I'm trying to use the Berlekamp-Massey algorithm on the following bit sequence: 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 I have the correct answer and most of the approach to get there, but I'm unable to fill in what I ...
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Testing the first 40 bit sequence for A5/1 if all registers initialized to 1

I have an assignment where my instructor asked to generate the first 40 bits for an A5/1 algorithm if all registers are initialized to '1' initially . I have implemented the algorithm successfully ...
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How do you do a linear feedback shift register?

I saw a video on YouTube by Daniel Rees. The video was about stream ciphers and showed how to do a linear feedback shift register. The example that was used to demonstrate how to do it is was like ...