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@article{607be1de31b141c698b923b2a4977a83,
title = "Strong PUFs from arrays of resonant tunnelling diodes",
abstract = "In this work, we design and implement a strong physical uncloneable function from an array of individual resonant tunnelling diodes that were previously described to have a unique response when challenged. The system demonstrates the exponential scalability of its responses when compared to the number of devices present in the system, with an expected large set of responses while retaining a 1:1 relationship with challenges. Using a relatively small set of 16 devices, 256 responses are shown to have promising levels of distinctness and repeatability through multiple measurements.",
author = "Benjamin Astbury and Bagci, {Ibrahim Ethem} and Thomas McGrath and J. Sexton and Mohammed Missous and Utz Roedig and {Bernardo Gavito}, Ramon and Young, {Robert James}",
year = "2018",
month = may,
day = "10",
language = "English",
journal = "arXiv",
issn = "2331-8422",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Strong PUFs from arrays of resonant tunnelling diodes

AU - Astbury, Benjamin

AU - Bagci, Ibrahim Ethem

AU - McGrath, Thomas

AU - Sexton, J.

AU - Missous, Mohammed

AU - Roedig, Utz

AU - Bernardo Gavito, Ramon

AU - Young, Robert James

PY - 2018/5/10

Y1 - 2018/5/10

N2 - In this work, we design and implement a strong physical uncloneable function from an array of individual resonant tunnelling diodes that were previously described to have a unique response when challenged. The system demonstrates the exponential scalability of its responses when compared to the number of devices present in the system, with an expected large set of responses while retaining a 1:1 relationship with challenges. Using a relatively small set of 16 devices, 256 responses are shown to have promising levels of distinctness and repeatability through multiple measurements.

AB - In this work, we design and implement a strong physical uncloneable function from an array of individual resonant tunnelling diodes that were previously described to have a unique response when challenged. The system demonstrates the exponential scalability of its responses when compared to the number of devices present in the system, with an expected large set of responses while retaining a 1:1 relationship with challenges. Using a relatively small set of 16 devices, 256 responses are shown to have promising levels of distinctness and repeatability through multiple measurements.

M3 - Letter

JO - arXiv

JF - arXiv

SN - 2331-8422

ER -