The implementation of the parallel scrambler scheme for the IEEE 802.11 standard

Alexey Kudinov, Yaroslav Antimirov, Igor Tyshchenko, Mariia Popova, Alexander Cherepanov


This article is devoted to the development of the scrambler circuit. Nowadays, new WiFi standard IEEE 802.11 is being put into operation, so that there is a huge need in modern, energy-efficient algorithms, which will be used in the data transmission. Consequently, some of the scrambler circuits, which could be implemented for the IEEE 802.11 standard are described with its comparison. In addition, an example in Python is given for readers to use it in their researches.

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