The latter is a core technology of quantum cryptography
communications that generates quantum keys that can be shared safely between two communicating users.
Then, Section VI addresses quantum cryptography
, which is the first application to an implementable communication system.
is also well known as quantum key distribution (QKD).
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China is among a growing number of countries seeking to unlock the science of quantum cryptography
and computing, which many experts believe will one day revolutionize computerized security.
5 ( ANI ): A team of British scientists have reportedly discovered a way to build communications networks using quantum cryptography
and impenetrable codes, crucial for sensitive electronic data transfer.
Summary: London: Researchers have come up with a way of protecting telecoms networks using quantum cryptography
relies on the rules of quantum theory to generate uncrackable codes that encrypt data in a way that reveals if it has been eavesdropped or tampered with.
This result was the product of the three-way collaboration between the University of Tokyo, Fujitsu, and NEC, and represents a milestone in quantum key distribution because it combines a single-photon emitter, which is ideal for optical transmission bands, with a prototype of a practical quantum cryptography
A September 2009 NATO-sponsored research workshop on theoretical and applied aspects of quantum cryptography
and computing attracted contributors from the US, Europe, and countries of the former Soviet Union.
In recent years, quantum cryptography
(QC) has attracted considerable interest.
No doubt the C-57D crew was trying to send a coded message back to Earth, made safe from eavesdropping by the use of quantum cryptography