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Classical Cryptography in Multimode Fibers Using Optical Reciprocity

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We demonstrate a method for secure optical communication in multimode fibers with classical light. Using strong mode mixing in the fiber, and optical reciprocity, a common random key is distributed between two remote parties.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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