The effect of multi-pair signal states in quantum cryptography with entangled photons

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The only evincibly secure method of communication with guaranteed privacy is Vernam cipher (or one-time pad) [1]. It requires both communicating parties share a secret key of the same length as the message. Quantum key distribution (QKD) is a technique to provide two parties with such a secure, secret and shared key. The first complete protocol for QKD was… (More)

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@inproceedings{DusekTheEO, title={The effect of multi-pair signal states in quantum cryptography with entangled photons}, author={Miloslav Dusek and Kamil Bradler} }