Does the CEC1702 ECC block support elliptic-curve p-384?

The CEC1702 supports elliptic-curve p-384. There is an API called ec_prog_curve that will load the curve parameters from a memory location in a certain format. The ROM code has parameters pre-programmed for the following curves:

  1. t571r1
  2. t409r1
  3. t283r1
  4. t233r1
  5. t163r2
  6. p521r1
  7. p384r1
  8. p256r1
  9. p224r1
  10. p192r1

For other curves, you can use the ec_prog_curve API and point to an address that has the parameters for the curve in user code area.

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