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Advances in Quantum Cryptography
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Quantum cryptography is arguably the fastest growing area in quantum information science. Expand
Wireless optical communications via diversity reception and optical preamplification
TLDR
Atmospheric optical communication systems that use optical preamplifiers and diversity reception are addressed. Expand
Statistical fluctuation analysis for measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution
Abstract Measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution with a finite number of decoy states is analyzed under finite-data-size assumption. By accounting for statistical fluctuations inExpand
Quantum repeaters with imperfect memories: Cost and scalability
Memory dephasing and its impact on the rate of entanglement generation in quantum repeaters is addressed. For systems that rely on probabilistic schemes for entanglement distribution and connection,Expand
Statistical analysis of fiber-optic CDMA communication systems. II. Incorporating multiple optical amplifiers
For pt. I see ibid., vol.20, no.8, p.1304-16 (2002). In this paper, we study and elaborate on the architectural consideration of using multiple optical amplifiers in an all-optical fiber-opticExpand
Alternative schemes for measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution
Practical schemes for measurement-device-independent quantum key distribution using phase and path or time encoding are presented. In addition to immunity to existing loopholes in detection systems,Expand
Continuous-time cross-phase modulation and quantum computation
The weak nonlinear Kerr interaction between single photons and intense laser fields has been recently proposed as a basis for distributed optics-based solutions to few-qubit applications in quantumExpand
Coherence measures for heralded single-photon sources
We show that the Mobius function mu(n) is strongly asymptotically orthogonal to any polynomial nilsequence n -> F(g(n)L). Here, G is a simply-connected nilpotent Lie group with a discrete andExpand
Wireless optical communications via diversity reception and optical preamplification
  • M. Razavi, J. Shapiro
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Communications…
  • 11 May 2003
TLDR
Atmospheric optical communication systems that use optical preamplifiers and diversity reception to combat the effects of atmospheric turbulence are addressed. Expand
Spacetime effects on satellite-based quantum communications
We investigate the consequences of space-time being curved on space-based quantum communication protocols. We analyze tasks that require either the exchange of single photons in a certainExpand
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