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Quantum-to-the-Home: Achieving Gbits/s Secure Key Rates via Commercial Off-the-Shelf Telecommunication Equipment

Rameez Asif, William J. Buchanan
2017 Security and Communication Networks  
In this paper, we report the feasibility of using off-the-shelf telecommunication components to enable high performance Continuous Variable-Quantum Key Distribution (CV-QKD) systems that can yield secure  ...  Furthermore, we have discussed the compatibility of multiplexers and demultiplexers for wavelength division multiplexed Quantum-to-the-Home (QTTH) network and the impact of splitting ratio is analyzed.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the project research support from Edinburgh Napier University, UK, for Project STRENGTH (Scalable, Tuneable, Resilient and Encrypted Next Generation  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/7616847 fatcat:lr2cwod2kbbq5pbximzjb2pate

Comment on "Quantum-to-the-Home: Achieving Gbits/s Secure Key Rates via Commercial Off-the-Shelf Telecommunication Equipment"

Zhen Qu, Ivan B. Djordjevic
2019 Security and Communication Networks  
Conflicts of Interest The authors declare that there are no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this article.  ...  The article titled "Quantum-to-the-Home: Achieving Gbits/s Secure Key Rates via Commercial Off-the-Shelf Telecommunication Equipment" [1] copied substantial parts of our previous publications without  ...  properly citing the source.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/1484593 fatcat:ljj4ofeicjasvfodbjn2n7k6ty

Corrigendum to "Quantum-to-the-Home: Achieving Gbits/s Secure Key Rates via Commercial Off-the-Shelf Telecommunication Equipment"

Rameez Asif, William J. Buchanan
2019 Security and Communication Networks  
The article titled "Quantum-to-the-Home: Achieving Gbits/s Secure Key Rates via Commercial Off-the-Shelf Telecommunication Equipment" [1] was found to contain materials from the following published article  ...  The mathematical models and their description in appendices A and B in [1] were taken from [3] with some rewording of the text, and Figure 2 in [1] is similar to part of Figure 1 in [3] .  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/2637028 fatcat:pk34xqugjfdjlms6me2zkqewrm

Recent Progress in the Quantum-to-the-Home Networks [chapter]

Rameez Asif, William J. Buchanan
2018 Telecommunication Networks: Trends and Developments [Working Title]  
In this chapter, we discuss the design issues in a hybrid quantum-classical communication network, performance of the cost-effective offthe-shelf telecommunication equipment, our latest results on a four-state  ...  QC or more specifically quantum key distribution (QKD) promises unconditionally secure protocol, the Holy Grail of communication and information security that is based on the fundamental laws of quantum  ...  Buchanan 1,2 *Address all correspondence to: r.asif@napier.ac.uk 1 Centre for Distributed Computing, Networks, and Security, School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, UK  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.80396 fatcat:4gbqbfl2qbbl3aoorkcrefyjaq

Seamless Cryptographic Key Generation via Off-the-Shelf Telecommunication Components for End-to-End Data Encryption

Rameez Asif, William J. Buchanan
2017 2017 IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things (iThings) and IEEE Green Computing and Communications (GreenCom) and IEEE Cyber, Physical and Social Computing (CPSCom) and IEEE Smart Data (SmartData)  
In this paper, we report the feasibility of using off-the-shelf telecommunication components to enable high performance Continuous-Variable Quantum Key Distribution (CV-QKD) systems that can yield secure  ...  Optical fibers and commercially available transceivers are the key element for implementing the quantum network because of the strong dependence of secure key rate on the loss budget and excess noise.  ...  Ian White and Xinke Tang for their valuable suggestions on the design of coherent receivers and calculation of excess noise in the quantum communication link.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ithings-greencom-cpscom-smartdata.2017.140 dblp:conf/ithings/AsifB17 fatcat:hkmi35jijzgylijlkmpcjc7w44

Quantum encrypted signals on multiuser optical fiber networks: Simulation analysis of next generation services and technologies

Rameez Asif
2017 2017 8th International Conference on the Network of the Future (NOF)  
We have further investigated the performance of quantum signals on multi-user fibers by emulating 7-, 12-and 19-core multi-core fibers (MCF). 100 Mbits/s secure key rates (SKRs) can be generated for inter-core  ...  The prime benefit of having FTTH networks is the optical end-to-end data encryption that can best be implemented by quantum-keydistribution (QKD) protocols using state-of-the-art telecommunication components  ...  By means of simulation, we analyse a QKD network generating 100 Mbits/s secure key rates by emulating the commercially available off-the-shelf equipment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/nof.2017.8251243 dblp:conf/nof/Asif17 fatcat:7jhynqmeovhdflipkcj3sshvqy

Experimental High Speed Data Encryption via SDM-CV-QKD Signaling for High-Capacity Access Network

Rameez Asif, Mustafa Haithem, William J. Buchanan
2018 Advanced Photonics 2018 (BGPP, IPR, NP, NOMA, Sensors, Networks, SPPCom, SOF)   unpublished
Aggregate secure key rates of 33.6 Mbit/s over 9.8 km of fiber are the actual state-of-the-art.  ...  We report a high capacity Quantum-to-the-Home (QTTH) network in a spatialdivision-multiplexing (SDM) network utilizing 7-core multicore fiber (MCF).  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the project (grant no. 830965) research funding from Edinburgh Napier University for project STRENGTH (Scalable, Tuneable, Resilient and Encrypted  ... 
doi:10.1364/networks.2018.neth2f.3 fatcat:dvkbo7xyr5fkblltfx4kbjeyiy