quantum teleportation


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quantum teleportation

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The instantaneous transference of information or a quantum state from one quantum system to another, across a distance, without physical contact.

quantum teleportation

n
(Atomic Physics) physics a process by which a change in the quantum state of one subatomic particle in an entangled pair occurs instantly in its twin, wherever it may be
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When (9) is obtained, the quantum teleportation is achieved, in which the two-qubit state is transferred to the two particles owned by Bob.
(iii) Quantum teleportation: the classic information is obtained by the sender measuring the quantum state of the original, which will be told by the sender in the way of classical communication.
Soon after, two other achievements based on Micius - satellite-to-ground quantum key distribution and ground-to-satellite quantum teleportation - were published in Nature on Aug.
In fact, through the combination of post-state selection and quantum teleportation, it can be ensured that System 2, the incipient Hawking particle, is in the exact same state as that of System 1, the infalling bit of matter.
But quantum teleportation systems could create quantum repeaters, which could be chained together to extend networks farther.
Quantum teleportation from ground to satellite: As a totally new way of communication, quantum teleportation is the fundamental process of quantum networks and quantum computing.
2014) are useful resources for quantum protocols, namely: quantum teleportation (Bennett et al.
Scientists have already succeeded in quantum teleportation - sending information, particles of energy, from one location to another.
The demonstration of quantum teleportation using photons (21) is one example.
In 2006, China reported having fulfilled quantum teleportation of a two-particle system.
The core circuits of quantum teleportation, which generate and detect quantum entanglement, have been successfully integrated into a photonic chip by an international team of scientists.
The approaches that engineers are now attempting include using trapped ions to perform computations; the Josephson function, which uses photons of light to store data; and quantum teleportation, by which two photons become "entangled," such that, when one goes into a quantum state, that state transfers to the other photon.
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