Gregory Trolliet

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We present a compactly integrated, 625 MHz clocked coherent one-way quantum key distribution system which continuously distributes secret keys over an optical fibre link. To support high secret key rates, we implemented a fast hardware key distillation engine which allows for key distillation rates up to 4 Mbps in real time. The system employs wavelength(More)
We present a compactly integrated, 625 MHz clocked coherent one-way quantum key distribution system which continuously distributes secret keys over an optical fibre link. To support high secret key rates, we implemented a fast hardware key distillation engine which allows for key distillation rates up to 4 Mbps in real time. The system employs wavelength(More)
Introduction Today's society relies heavily on confidential and authenticated communication. QKD, a solution for information theoretically secure key exchange, has been subject of a rapid development since the mid 1990's. Starting from the early proof of feasibility experiments, faster and faster (with bit rates of the order of Mbits [1, 2]) and long(More)
—Math2Mat aims at automatically generating a VHDL description of a mathematical description written in Octave/Matlab. The generation creates a synthesizable RTL description using floating point operators (32 or 64 bits) combined in a fully pipelined way. Emphasis is put on the throughput attainable by the design, especially in the " for loop "(More)
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