מעגל זיהוי אנלוגי המבוסס על PUF

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שנה
2017
אחראי אקדמי

Analog Identification Circuit using Physical Unclonable Functions

In the modern era, there is a huge amount of secured data transfer involving credit cards, autonomous vehicles, IOT, etc. It is essential for data centers to be able to identify users accurately and securely. A new category of circuit called Physical Uncloneable Functions (PUF) has been utilized to provide secret encryption keys and authentication. The PUFs use random transistor mismatch to generate digital codes, which are unknown even to the device manufacturer. The problem with PUF are that they also have many flaky bits which can change due to noise effects, requiring the use of complex error correction algorithms. In this project, several novel techniques will be utilized to improve the reliability and robustness of the basic PUF cell. These techniques involve a combination of analog, digital and device physics concepts. During the course of this work, you will design a novel PUF array as well as its readout circuitry, all of which will be implemented in a Si IC. This is an original idea whose successful implementation can result in an academic publication.

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768330301 אלקטרוניקה לינארית - חובה
768332501 מעבדה למעגלים אנלוגיים – חובה
8330801 מעגלים אלקטרוניים ספרתיים – חובה
83315 מעבדה מעגלים אלקטרוניים ספרתיים – חובה
מומלץ אחד משני קורסים האנלוגיים המתקדמים
768361101 מעגלים משולבים אנלוגיים או
83-621-01 תכנון מתקדם של מעגלים אנלוגיים בתהליכים דיגיטליים

מקורות:

  1. G. Schrijen, “Scalable Security for IoT” in ISSE 2015, Berlin, Germany.
  2. C. Herder, Y. Meng-Day, F. Koushanfar, S. Devadas, "Physical Unclonable Functions and Applications: A Tutorial", Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 102, no. 8, pp. 1126 – 1141, (2014)

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