Theoretical analysis of quantum key distribution systems when integrated with a DWDM optical transport network

@article{Vorontsova2022TheoreticalAO,
  title={Theoretical analysis of quantum key distribution systems when integrated with a DWDM optical transport network},
  author={Irina Vorontsova and Roman Goncharov and A. D. Tarabrina and F Kiselev and Vladimir I. Egorov},
  journal={Journal of the Optical Society of America B},
  year={2022}
}
: A theoretical research and numerical simulation of the noise influence caused by spontaneous Raman scattering, four-wave mixing, and linear channel crosstalk on the performance of QKD systems was conducted. Three types of QKD systems were considered: coherent one-way (COW) QKD protocol, subcarrier-wave (SCW) QKD system, and continuous-variable (CV) QKD integrated with classical DWDM channels. We calculate the secure key generation rate for the systems mentioned addressing different channel… 

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