To enhance the security in optical image encryption system and to protect it from the attackers, this paper proposes new digital spiral phase mask based on Fresnel Transform. In this cryptosystem the Spiral Phase Mask (SPM) used is a hybrid of Fresnel Zone Plate (FZP) and Radial Hilbert Mask (RHM) which makes the key strong and enhances the security. The different keys used for encryption and decryption purposed make the system much more secure. Proposed scheme uses various structured phase mask which increases the key space also it increases the number of parameters which makes it difficult for the attackers to exactly find the key to recover the original image. We have also used different keys for encryption and decryption purpose to make the system much more secure. The strength of the proposed cryptosystem has been analyzed by simulating on MATLAB 7.9.0(R2008a). Mean Square Errors (MSE) and Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) are calculated for the proposed algorithm. The experimental results are provided to highlight the effectiveness and sustainability of proposed cryptosystem and to prove that the cryptosystem is secure for usage.
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Research Article| May 08 2018
Enhancement of security using structured phase masked in optical image encryption on Fresnel transform domain
Poonam Lata Yadav;
AIP Conf. Proc. 1953, 140049 (2018)
Poonam Lata Yadav, Hukum Singh; Enhancement of security using structured phase masked in optical image encryption on Fresnel transform domain. AIP Conf. Proc. 8 May 2018; 1953 (1): 140049. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5033224
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