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Optical communication with synchronized hyperchaos generated electrooptically

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5 Author(s)
Goedgebuer, J.-P. ; GTL-CNRS Telecom, Metz, France ; Levy, P. ; Larger, L. ; Chen, C.-C.
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We propose a method based on a scalar second-order difference-differential equation to obtain intensity chaos from a laser diode with a nonlinear delayed feedback. The method can be used for encrypting, transmitting, and decrypting a signal in a chaos-based communication system. The core of the chaotic transmitter and receiver is formed by an electrooptic modulator that is used to generate a strong reproducible nonlinearity and chaotic waveforms of extremely high Lyapunov dimensionality. The system opens the way to ultrafast chaotic communications.

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 9 )