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ABOUT

Quanterro Labs an Initiative by AiFi Technologies working on different domains ranging from Health-care, Finance, Fashion to Gaming with a vision to create AI algorithms that can adapt to various domains without being explicitly developed by humans. Quanterro is an association of Top Indian and British researchers and entrepreneurs working in the development of Quantum Information and Security.

 

Our team has Middle East's 1st privately owned Quantum Lab and developing products for Banking, Telecommunication, land and revenue, Cyber security, Defence and Machine Learning. Quanterro addresses the global market need to focus upon middleware and software development for emerging Quantum hardware from providers such as D-Wave, Google, IBM and others.

RESEARCH

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COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

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Quenterro Laboratories and Applied Quantum Technologies is a non-partisan, hardware agnostic research and development institution.

PUBLISHED WORK

The Fruits of Our Labor

LONG-TIME DYNAMICS OF A VERTICAL-CAVITY SURFACE-EMITTING LASER UNDER OPTICAL FEEDBACK

February 15, 2019

External optical feedback in vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) is found to influence its output intensity. We studied the effect of the amount of total output polarisation feedback and polarisation-selective feedback on the output intensities of a VCSEL for a low-resolution sampling and for long temporal duration. A 40 μs resolution time-series correlation analysis is performed for different feedback conditions and the characteristic dynamics is investigated. We found a correlated fluctuation in VCSEL output for a moderate amount of total feedback and polarised feedback. The period of such fluctuations is found to be reduced from total feedback to the polarised feedback of the system

RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR FOR CRYPTOGRAPHY

August 05, 2015

One key requirement for many cryptograhic schemes is the generation of random numbers. Sequences of random numbers are used at several stages of a standard cryptographic protocol. One simple example is a Vernam cipher, where a string of random numbers is added to message string to generate encrypted code. C = M ⊕ K. It has been mathematically shown that this simple scheme is unbreakable if key K is as long as M and is used only once. The security of a cryptosystem shall not be based on keeping the algorithm secret but solely on keeping the key secret. The security of a random number generator (RNG) is related to the difficulty of predicting its future sequence values from past values. The quality and unpredictability of secret data is critical to securing communication by modern cryptographic techniques. The generation of such data for cryptographic purposes typically requires an unpredictable physical source of random data. We studied a chaotic circuit which consisted of an inductor, capacitance, diode and thus used for the BB84 protocol. We have studied both pseudo random and true random number generators and evaluated them through various tests like frequency, correlation, NIST etc.

COMPLETE LABVIEW CODE FOR POLARIZATION SHIFT KEYING AND ERROR CORRECTION

June 01, 2018

We report development of an integrated software module using LabVIEW and experimental setup for free space Optical Communication. The transmitter part of this module has in built option for reading a data from a file, convert it into a code to control a pair of diode lasers by switching them on and off. The receiver part of the software measures their polarization state. The protocol also contains hand-shaking, data transmission and also error correction codes which uses Hamming 7-4 protocol.

Atmospheric effects on Quaternary polarization encoding for free space communication

October 05, 2016

We have simulated atmospheric effects such as fog and smoke in laboratory environment to simulate depolarization due to atmospheric effects during a free space optical communication. This has been used to study noise in two components of Quaternary encoding for polarization shift keying. Individual components of a Quaternary encoding, such as vertical and horizontal as well as 45° and 135°, are tested separately and indicates that the depolarization effects are different for these two situation. However, due to a differential method used to extract information bits, the protocol shows extremely low bit error rates. The information obtained is useful during deployment of a fully functional Quaternary encoded PolSK scheme in free space.

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DR. RAM SOORAT

Co- Founder & Chief Scientist

AJAY BHATIA

Co-Founder & CEO

KAISAR PARVEZ

Co-Founder & COO

FOUNDING TEAM

OUR QUANTUM LABORATORY 

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Research Opportunities

FPGA / LABVIEW DEVELOPER

We are looking for a motivated FPGA / LabView Developer with experience in fibre and free space communication to join our team on full time bases in Abu Dhabi.

EXPERIMENTAL QUANTUM PHYSICIST

we are seeking a professional to research and develop iterated advance quantum optical measurement technologies with avalanche photo-diode for single photon detection and analysis.

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Ajman Media City Free Zone.

Ajman - United Arab Emirates

Quanterro Labs,

Villa 21, Street 4, Sw14

Khalifa City A

Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates

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