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The AES block cipher on AVR controllers

There are three microcontroller implementations of the AES block cipher (also known as "Rijndael") on that page. The target device class is Atmel's AVR, a family of very fast and very powerful flash MCUs, operating at clock rates up to 16 MHz while executing one instruction per clock cycle (16 MIPS).

The three implementations RijndaelFast, RijndaelFurious and RijndaelFantastic are optimized against different target requirements, be it speed, small code size or small RAM footprint.


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