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Harry N Vig, Alexei Trifonov: Optical pulse calibration for quantum key distribution. MagiQ Technologies, Opticus IP Law PLLC, July 10, 2007: US07242775 (13 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems for generating calibrated optical pulses in a QKD system. The method includes calibrating a variable optical attenuator (VOA) by first passing radiation pulses of a given intensity and pulse width through the VOA for a variety of VOA settings. The method further includes resettin ...


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J Howell Mitchell, Harry N Vig, Anton Zavriyev, Alexei Trifonov: System and method for providing two-way communication of quantum signals, timing signals, and public data. Magiq Technologies, Opticus IP Law PLLC, Peter A Nieves, Joseph E Gortych, October 14, 2008: US07437081 (5 worldwide citation)

A system and method for providing two-way communication of quantum signals, timing signals, and public data is provided. Generally, the system contains a first public data transceiver capable of transmitting and receiving public data in accordance with a predefined timing sequence, a first optical m ...


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Harry N Vig, Alexei Trifonov: Optical pulse calibration for quantum key distribution. Magiq Technologies, May 26, 2005: US20050111667-A1

Methods and systems for generating calibrated optical pulses in a QKD system. The method includes calibrating a variable optical attenuator (VOA) by first passing radiation pulses of a given intensity and pulse width through the VOA for a variety of VOA settings. The method further includes resettin ...


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J Howell Mitchell, Harry N Vig, Anton Zavriyev, Alexei Trifonov: System and method for providing two-way communication of quantum signals, timing signals, and public data. Hayes Soloway PC, May 4, 2006: US20060093376-A1

A system and method for providing two-way communication of quantum signals, timing signals, and public data is provided. Generally, the system contains a first public data transceiver capable of transmitting and receiving public data in accordance with a predefined timing sequence, a first optical m ...