Quantum dialogue based on quantum encryption with single photons in both polarization and spatial-modedegrees of freedom

@inproceedings{Ye2021QuantumDB,
  title={Quantum dialogue based on quantum encryption with single photons in both polarization and spatial-modedegrees of freedom},
  author={Tianyu Ye and Maojie Geng and Ti-Run Xu and Ying Chen},
  year={2021}
}
In this paper, a novel information leakage resistant quantum dialogue (QD) protocol with single photons in both polarization and spatial-mode degrees of freedom is proposed, which utilizes quantum encryption technology to overcome the information leakage problem. In the proposed QD protocol, during the transmission process, the single photons in both polarization and spatial-mode degrees of freedom used for encoding two communicants’ private classical bits are protected by both quantum… 

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