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Porting a Network Cryptographic Service to the RMC2000: A Case Study in Embedded Software Development

Jan, Stephen; de Dios, Paolo; Edwards, Stephen A.

This paper describes our experience porting a transport-layer cryptography service to an embedded microcontroller. We describe some key development issues and techniques involved in porting networked software to a connected, limited resource device such as the Rabbit RMC2000 we chose for this case study. We examine the effectiveness of a few proposed porting strategies by examining important program and run-time characteristics.



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Design, Automation, and Test in Europe Conference and Exhibition: Proceedings: Munich, Germany, March 3-7, 2003

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June 7, 2012
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