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Optical Encryption of a Binary Image by Phase Modulation of the Wavefront
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 Title & Authors
Optical Encryption of a Binary Image by Phase Modulation of the Wavefront
Song, Jaehun; Moon, Inkyu; Lee, Yeonho;
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 Abstract
We present a new scheme for optical encryption of a binary image. In our method, the original binary data page is first divided into two identical pages. In each data page, the “on” and “off” pixels are represented by two discrete phases that are 90° apart. The first page corresponds to the phase conjugation of the second page, and vice versa. In addition, the wavefront of the two data pages is changed simultaneously from planar to spherical, for better encryption. The wavefront modification is represented by an extra phase shift, which is a function of position on the wavefront. In this way the two separate pages are both encrypted, and therefore the pages cannot be distinguished in a CCD. If the first page is used as an encrypted data page, then the second page is used as the decryption key, and vice versa. The decryption can be done by simply combining the two encrypted data pages. It is shown in our experiment that encryption and decryption can be fully accomplished in the optical domain.
 Keywords
Optical security;Encryption;Phase modulation;
 Language
English
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