In this paper, we have derived and presented the dynamic behavior of
dark-bright soliton collision within the modified add/drop filter, which it
is known as PANDA ring resonator. By using the dark-bright soliton
conversion control, the obtained outputs of the dynamic states can be used
to form the random binary codes, which can be available for communication
security application. Results obtained have shown that the random binary
codes can be formed by using the polarized light components, whereas the
retrieved (decoded) codes can be obtained by using the dark-bright soliton
conversion signals. The obtained switching time of 12.8 ns is noted.
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