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Meeting for NDFF users - by invitation only.

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10:00 Introductions

10:05 Enhanced Capabilities for NDFF - Martyn Fice

10:15 Quantum Key Distribution over NDFF - user presentation

10:35 Advanced Optical Transmission over NDFF - user presentation

10:55 Networking experiments over NDFF - user presentation

11:15 What new/improved capabilities should NDFF have? - user feedback

11:30 Close

About the National Dark Fibre Facility

NDFF is an EPSRC National Research Facility supporting research into new optical and wireless communications technologies for the future internet.

NDFF allows future generation network devices and subsystems to be tested, facilitating the development of innovative concepts for future high-speed network systems.

Register your attendance

Please register your attendance by 5pm Friday 7th January 2022.

Zoom meeting log-in details will be sent directly from the event organiser.


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Organiser National Dark Fibre Facility (NDFF)

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The National Dark Fibre Facility (NDFF) is an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) National Research Facility, established in 2014 to enable researchers to develop the underpinning communications technologies for the future internet.

A dedicated fibre network named as Aurora2 will be provided by NDFF, linking four universities sites, UCL, Bristol, Cambridge and Southampton, with onward connection to European and Worldwide research networks via telecommunications facilities in London.

As well as supporting research on the future core optical network, NDFF will also enable research with converging networks and internet applications. To find out more, please visit: http://www.ndff.ac.uk/

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