60th IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS), Massachusetts, United States Of America, 6 - 09 August 2017, pp.1212-1215
In this paper a random number generation method based on a piecewise linear one dimensional (PL1D) discrete time chaotic maps is proposed for applications in cryptography and steganography. Appropriate parameters are determined by examining the distribution of underlying chaotic signal and random number generator (RNG) is numerically verified by four fundamental statistical test of FIPS 140-2. Proposed design is practically realized on the field programmable analog and digital arrays (FPAA-FPGA). Finally it is experimentally verified that the presented RNG fulfills the NIST 800-22 randomness test without post processing.