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Major step taken towards 'unbreakable' message exchange
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Quantum key distribution using quantum dot–single photon emitting diodes in the red and near infrared spectral range
The published version of the paper “Quantum key distribution using quantum dot–single photon emitting diodes in the red and near infrared spectral range” (Tobias Heindel et al 2012 New J. Phys. 14 083001) is freely available online.
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