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ISSN ONLINE(2278-8875) PRINT (2320-3765)

International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
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Research Article

FPGA IMPLEMENTATION OF X-BOX MAPPING FOR AN IMAGE STEGANOGRAPHY TECHNIQUE

Mr.Jagadeesha.D.H1, Mrs.Manjula.Y2, Dr.M.Z.Kurian3
  1. M.Tech[DE], Dept of E & C, SSIT, Tumkur ,India
  2. Assistant Professor, Dept. of E&C, SSIT, Tumkur,India
  3. HOD, Dept. of E & C,SSIT, Tumkur, India
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Abstract

In this paper I have implemented FPGA based steganography technique based on x-box mapping. Image steganography is a method of hiding the information in a cover image in such a way that only intended recipient can know that there is a hidden message. Least Significant-Bit (LSB) based approach is most popular steganographic techniques in spatial domain due to its simplicity and hiding capacity. This paper presents a new technique based on LSB for Image steganography using X-box mapping where we have used several Xboxes having unique data. The embedding part is done according to the X-boxes and this technique give more security to the secret information without knowing the mapping rules no one can extract the secret data.

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