Nanoscale cryptographic architecture design using quantum-dot cellular automata
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Quantum-dot cellular automata (QCA) based on cryptography is a new paradigm in the field of nanotechnology. The overall performance of QCA is high compared to traditional complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology. To achieve data security during nanocommunication, a cryptography-based application is proposed. The devised circuit encrypts the input data and passes it to an output channel through a nanorouter cum data path selector, where the data is decrypted back to its original form. The results along with theoretical implication prove the accuracy of the circuit. Power dissipation and circuit complexity of the circuit have been analyzed.
Key wordsQuantum-dot cellular automata (QCA) Majority gate cryptography Encryption Decryption Nanorouter
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