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Free Space Quantum Communication using Continuous Polarization Variables

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We experimentally investigate atmospheric influences on quantum communication using continuous polarization variables. Signal and local oscillator are combined in one spatial mode, which leads to excellent interference at the homodyne detection. Phase fluctuations are thus auto-compensated.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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