Definition Edit

A cryptographic coprocessor is

[s]pecial circuitry that perform cryptographic calculations, such as modular arithmetic and large integer calculations. These circuits are added to a standard processor core and therefore are called coprocessors.[1]

References Edit

  1. "Glossary of RFID Terms," RFID Journal (full-text).

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