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Highly nonlinear amorphous silicon micro-cavity as a platform for secure authentication

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Abstract

We demonstrate the unclonability of an integrated photonic chaotic micro-cavity using highly nonlinear hydrogenated amorphous silicon (a-Si:H) as the material platform. Spectrally encoded ultrafast pulses are used to characterize the uniqueness of our devices.

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