End-to-end Secured Fiber Optic Communication Using a Novel Encryption Algorithm
Fiber optic communication has become increasingly popular in recent decades due to its several advantages over traditional cable connection. Fiber optic connectivity enables for a download speed of 100 Mb/s and a fast upload speed with little latency. Despite the fact that fibre optics can send large volumes of data across long distances quickly, it is vulnerable to a range of security concerns. It’s easy to connect to the fibre optic line. A fibre optic cable is a thin strand of glass or plastic used to send data from one location to another. To offer end-to-end secure fibre optic communication, a unique encryption technology based on the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is used. It uses a variable key cypher, in which the original key is utilised to construct a series of AES sub keys, using feedback from previous cypher blocks, and each sub block is encrypted with multiple sub keys. The proposed encryption algorithm’s performance is simulated and evaluated. According to the simulation results, the suggested fibre optic communication technology provides strong end-to-end security.
Author (S) Details
Dr. Bosco Paul Alapatt
Department of Computer Science, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Delhi NCR Campus, India.
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