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Principle and Security Analysis of Optical Steganography based on Wide Band Amplifier Noise

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We demonstrate the principle of optical steganography that hides stealth signal in wide band amplifier noise. The threat and defense model is analyzed based on the properties of the wide band signal carrier.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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