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Cryptology Transmitted Message Protection

From Deterministic Chaos up to Optical Vortices


  • Presents basics of traditional cryptography and communication protection

  • Explains electronic and optical chaotic generators

  • Discusses the application of chaos theory to information protection


Part of the Signals and Communication Technology book series (SCT)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxviii
  2. Igor Izmailov, Boris Poizner, Ilia Romanov, Sergey Smolskiy
    Pages 1-70
  3. Igor Izmailov, Boris Poizner, Ilia Romanov, Sergey Smolskiy
    Pages 71-166
  4. Igor Izmailov, Boris Poizner, Ilia Romanov, Sergey Smolskiy
    Pages 259-332
  5. Igor Izmailov, Boris Poizner, Ilia Romanov, Sergey Smolskiy
    Pages 353-355
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 357-364

About this book


This book presents methods to improve information security for protected communication. It combines and applies interdisciplinary scientific engineering concepts, including cryptography, chaos theory, nonlinear and singular optics, radio-electronics and self-changing artificial systems. It also introduces additional ways to improve information security using optical vortices as information carriers and self-controlled nonlinearity, with nonlinearity playing a key "evolving" role. The proposed solutions allow the universal phenomenon of deterministic chaos to be discussed in the context of information security problems on the basis of examples of both electronic and optical systems. Further, the book presents the vortex detector and communication systems and describes mathematical models of the chaos oscillator as a coder in the synchronous chaotic communication and appropriate decoders, demonstrating their efficiency both analytically and experimentally. Lastly it discusses the cryptologic features of analyzed systems and suggests a series of new structures for confident communication.


Chaotic Communication in Optics Digital Communication System Information Protection Nature of Nonlinearity Nnlinear Cyptology Optical System of Synchronous Chaotic Communication Optical Vortices Communications Optical Vortices in Non-ring Interferometer Simulation of Ciphering and Deciphering

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Tomsk State UniversityTomskRussia
  2. 2.Tomsk State UniversityTomskRussia
  3. 3.Tomsk State UniversityTomskRussia
  4. 4.Moscow Power Engineering InstituteMoscowRussia

About the authors

Sergey M. SMOLSKIY is full professor and coordinator of international research programs at Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI) and Deputy Director of the Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of MPEI, Moscow, Russia. He got the degree Master of Science in 1970 and the  PhD in Radio Electronics in 1973. In 1993 he got the degree doctor of science in engineering and became associated professor.

Boris N. Poizner is a full professor of Radio Physical Dept.,Tomsk State University (TSU). He got the Ph.D. in 1970.

Igor V. IZMAILOV is an Associated Professor of Radio Physical Dept., Tomsk State University (TSU).

Ilia V. ROMANOV is a research engineer of Radio Physical Dept., Tomsk State University (TSU)

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