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A VLSI implementation of a new simultaneous images compression and encryption method

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2 Author(s)
Maher Jridi ; Département d'optoélectronique, Laboratoire L@bISEN, 20 rue cuirassé Bretagne CS 42807, 29228 Brest Cedex 2, France ; Ayman AlFalou

In this manuscript, we describe a fully pipelined single chip architecture for implementing a new simultaneous image compression and encryption method suitable for real-time applications. The proposed method exploits the DCT properties to achieve the compression and the encryption simultaneously. First, to realize the compression, 8-point DCT applied to several images are done. Second, contrary to traditional compression algorithms, only some special points of DCT outputs are multiplexed. For the encryption process, a random number is generated and added to some specific DCT coefficients. On the other hand, to enhance the material implementation of the proposed method, a special attention is given to the DCT algorithm. In fact, a new way to realize the compression based on DCT algorithm and to reduce, at the same time, the material requirements of the compression process is presented. Simulation results show a compression ratio higher than 65% and a PSNR about 28 dB. The proposed architecture can be implemented in FPGA to yield a throughput of 206 MS/s which allows the processing of more than 30 frames per second for 1024×1024 images.

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2010 IEEE International Conference on Imaging Systems and Techniques

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1-2 July 2010