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Can one implement AES on 4-bit microcontroller?
It is possible to implement AES on 4-bit microcontroller? As far as I know, AES on 8-bit microcontroller are common especially for light weight application such as the RFID. I have yet to come across ...
Feb 3 '12 at 15:32
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