Secrecy Optical Communication System Based on Dynamic Strong Dispersion Control
An entirely new solution for secrecy optical communication system based on dynamic strong dispersion control is proposed in this chapter. Firstly, the theoretical principle of dynamic strong dispersion control and the system structure, especially the composition of encryption part and decryption part, are presented. Secondly, the feasibility and performance of the secrecy system are verified by numerical analyzation in a 40-Gb/s simulation system. Finally, the huge applicative potential of this system in various fields is pointed out.
This research was supported by Sichuan Provincial Science and Technology Supporting Program (2013GZ0014) and Key Project of Sichuan Education Department (13ZA0088).
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