Visible to the public Quantum Low Probability of Intercept

TitleQuantum Low Probability of Intercept
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsShapiro, Jeffrey H., Boroson, Don M., Dixon, P. Ben, Grein, Matthew E., Hamilton, Scott A.
Conference Name2019 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO)
Date Publishedmay
ISBN Number 978-1-943580-57-6
Keywords(060.1660) Coherent communications, (270.5565) Quantum communications, (270.5568) Quantum cryptography, Brightness, Ciphertext, composability, cryptography, decryption key, eavesdropper, eavesdropping, error probability, forward error correction, Metrics, Metropolitan area networks, metropolitan-area distances, Monitoring, OCIS codes, optical fiber, optical fibre networks, Photonics, probability, pubcrawl, quantum low probability of intercept, Receivers, resilience, Resiliency, telecommunication security

Quantum low probability of intercept transmits ciphertext in a way that prevents an eavesdropper possessing the decryption key from recovering the plaintext. It is capable of Gbps communication rates on optical fiber over metropolitan-area distances.

Citation Keyshapiro_quantum_2019