Abstract

We demonstrate 60 Gbit/s transmission over 43-km SMF using low-coherence matched detection combined with spectral phase coding as two-layer optical encryption. Encrypted signal and carrier are multiplexed through polarization diversity and demulti-plexed using polarization tracking.

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