Overcoming the rate–distance limit of quantum key distribution

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Quantum key distribution (QKD) allows two distant parties to share encryption keys with security based on physical laws. Marco Lucamarini discusses an alternative scheme for QKD whereby pairs of phase-randomized optical fields are first generated at two distant locations and then combined at a central measuring station. Image courtesy of Marco Lucamarini.

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