Abstract

Optical chaos communications met intensive research efforts during the last 10 years [1,2], resulting in 2004 in a field experiment in the metropolitan optical network of Athens [3]. Current efforts are now concentrating on device oriented architectures, in order to improve reliability, efficiency, and security. Among the few competitive approaches developed in the literature, the electro-optic one showed first its strong potential in terms of bit rate and decoding quality [4]. However, it was suffering from a few drawbacks in terms of technological complexity, due to the intensity superposition condition required by the mixing between the binary intensity message and the chaotic optical intensity carrier.

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