Abstract

Crosstalk-induced excess noise is experimentally characterized for continuousvariable quantum key distribution, spatially multiplexed with WDM PM-16QAM channels in a 19-core fiber. The measured noise-sources are used to estimate the secret key rates for different wavelength channels.

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