Welcome to the latest edition of Quantum Sensing & Single-Photon Systems News; brought to you by IDQ, the global leader in quantum photonics.
As we enter a new decade, we are excited to start the year with the launch of the ID Qube Series, a compact and cost-effective range of modules designed for single-photon detection at telecom wavelengths.
We hope you can join us at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco next week for the world’s largest photonics event to glimpse what our newest generation of photon detectors have to offer. We will exhibit the ID Qube series for the first time along with our ID281 SNSPD solutions.
You will also be able to learn more about our products and solutions thanks to a presentation from Félix Bussières, ID Quantique’s Vice President of Research & Technology, about “Mastering photonics at single-photon level” on February 5.
Finally, we are happy to share our latest use case of our ID281 SNSPD; a simple polarization-based QKD system designed for long-distance and to cope with high losses.
ID Quantique launches the ID Qube series
IDQ announces the launch of the ID Qube series, a compact and cost-effective series of modules for single-photon detection at telecom wavelengths.
Modular and versatile, the ID Qube series is a comprehensive range of single-photon detectors designed to meet the requirements of photon counting applications, such as quantum communications & Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), LiDAR, Fluorescence lifetime measurements, dynamic light scattering and many more.
SPIE Photonics West – San Francisco, USA, 1-6 February
Come and visit us at the world’s largest photonics technologies event, where you’ll see the new ID Qube series for the first time. We will also display our ID281 SNSPD system (booth #4356).
Take the opportunity to discuss our new ID Qube series of single-photon detectors and ID281 SNSPD solutions with our experts. New features include high-speed detectors with up to 200MHz bandwidth and photon number resolution capability, as well as mobile rack mounted solutions. We also invite you to attend Félix Bussières’s, ID Quantique’s Vice President Research & Technology, talk on: Mastering photonics at single-photon level.
Discover a new QKD experiment using the ID281 SNSPD system
IDQ is happy to share with you its latest use case of our ID281 SNSPD, a simple polarization-based QKD system designed for long distance and to cope with high losses.
Using an ID Quantique SNSPD solution and getting outstanding results: On September 27th 2019, the University of Padova published a paper on: Simple Quantum Key Distribution with qubit-based synchronization and a self-compensating polarization encoder. This use case provides a summary of the published results.