On the Discretized Gaussian Modulation (DGM)- Based Continuous Variable-QKD
AuthorDjordjevic, Ivan B.
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Dept Elect & Comp Engn
quantum key distribution (QKD)
continuous variable (CV)-QKD
secret-key rate (SKR)
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CitationDjordjevic, I. B. (2019). On the Discretized Gaussian Modulation (DGM)-Based Continuous Variable-QKD. IEEE Access, 7, 65342-65346.
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AbstractTo overcome the low reconciliation efficiency problem of Gaussian modulation (GM)-basedcontinuous variable (CV)-quantum key distribution (QKD), in this paper, we propose to use discretized GM (DGM)-based-CV-QKD. The proposed CV-QKD scheme has complexity and reconciliation efficiency similar to that of discrete modulation (DM)-based-CV-QKD and at the same time solves for the problem of the nonexistence of strict security proofs for the DM-CV-QKD under the collective attacks. We demonstrate that the 32-points-based DGM CV-QKD can closely approach the theoretical SKR-limit in medium and high channel losses regimes. On the other hand, the 64-points-based DGM CV-QKD scheme closely approaches the SKR-limit for all channel losses.
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SponsorsONR MURI program [N00014-13-1-0627]