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- Paul Jouguet, Sébastien Kunz-Jacques, Anthony Leverrier
- ArXiv
- 2011

We designed high-efficiency error correcting codes allowing to extract an errorless secret key in a Continuous-Variable Quantum Key Distribution (CVQKD) protocol using a Gaussian modulation of coherent states and a homodyne detection. These codes are available for a wide range of signal-to-noise ratios on an Additive White Gaussian Noise Channel (AWGNC)… (More)

In recent years, the use of information principles to understand quantum correlations has been very successful. Unfortunately, all principles considered so far have a bipartite formulation, but intrinsically multipartite principles, yet to be discovered, are necessary for reproducing quantum correlations. Here we introduce local orthogonality, an… (More)

- Romain Alléaume, Jan Bouda, +20 authors Anton Zeilinger
- ArXiv
- 2007

Document history: During the first year of the SECOQC project [1], Philippe Grangier initiated an internal debate regarding the " comparative advantages " of quantum key distribution (QKD). A first written contribution to this debate, by Philippe Grangier, Louis Salvail, Nicolas Gisin and Thierry Debuisschert [2], was then made available to all SECOQC… (More)

- David Elkouss, Anthony Leverrier, Romain Alléaume, Joseph Jean Boutros
- 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Information…
- 2009

Reconciliation is an essential part of any secret-key agreement protocol and hence of a Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) protocol, where two legitimate parties are given correlated data and want to agree on a common string in the presence of an adversary, while revealing a minimum amount of information. In this paper, we show that for discrete-variable QKD… (More)

- F Furrer, T Franz, +4 authors R F Werner
- Physical review letters
- 2012

We provide a security analysis for continuous variable quantum key distribution protocols based on the transmission of two-mode squeezed vacuum states measured via homodyne detection. We employ a version of the entropic uncertainty relation for smooth entropies to give a lower bound on the number of secret bits which can be extracted from a finite number of… (More)

- Rémi Blandino, Anthony Leverrier, +4 authors Charles Fabry
- 2012

We show that the maximum transmission distance of continuous-variable quantum key distribution in presence of a Gaussian noisy lossy channel can be arbitrarily increased using a heralded noiseless linear amplifier. We explicitly consider a protocol using amplitude-and phase-modulated coherent states with reverse reconciliation. Assuming that the secret key… (More)

- Marc Kaplan, Gaëtan Leurent, Anthony Leverrier, María Naya-Plasencia
- CRYPTO
- 2016

Due to Shor's algorithm, quantum computers are a severe threat for public key cryptography. This motivated the cryptographic community to search for quantum-safe solutions. On the other hand, the impact of quantum computing on secret key cryptography is much less understood. In this paper, we consider attacks where an adversary can query an oracle… (More)

- A Leverrier, E Karpov, P Grangier, N J Cerf
- 2009

Proving the unconditional security of a quantum key distribution (QKD) scheme is a highly challenging task as one needs to determine the most efficient attack compatible with experimental data. This task is even more demanding for continuous-variable QKD as the Hilbert space where the protocol is described is infinite dimensional. A very natural way to… (More)

- Anthony Leverrier, Romain Alléaume, Joseph Jean Boutros, Gilles Zémor, Philippe Grangier
- 2008 IEEE International Symposium on Information…
- 2008

We propose a method for extracting an errorless secret key in a continuous-variable quantum key distribution protocol, which is based on Gaussian modulation of coherent states and homodyne detection. The crucial feature is an eight-dimensional reconciliation method, relying on the algebraic properties of octonions. By using this coding scheme with an… (More)

- Paul Jouguet, Sébastien Kunz-Jacques, +8 authors Philippe Painchault
- Optics express
- 2012

We report on the design and performance of a point-to-point classical symmetric encryption link with fast key renewal provided by a Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution (CVQKD) system. Our system was operational and able to encrypt point-to-point communications during more than six months, from the end of July 2010 until the beginning of February… (More)