Quantum cryptography in practice

  title={Quantum cryptography in practice},
  author={Chip Elliott and David Pearson and Gregory D. Troxel},
BBN, Harvard, and Boston University are building the DARPA Quantum Network, the world's first network that delivers end-to-end network security via high-speed Quantum Key Distribution, and testing that Network against sophisticated eavesdropping attacks. The first network link has been up and steadily operational in our laboratory since December 2002. It provides a Virtual Private Network between private enclaves, with user traffic protected by a weak-coherent implementation of quantum… CONTINUE READING
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