Highly secure optical encryption using multiple-diffuser phase retrieval and chaos phase masks
A highly secure and fast-converging optical cryptosystem that utilizes multiple-diffuser phase retrieval and chaos-generated phase-only masks is demonstrated using only two intensity patterns that function as ciphertexts, hence greatly reducing data transmission volume. The high security of the proposed system was demonstrated by presenting decryption failure when each key was varied by a small value.
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