Non-ambiguous and simplified quantum teleportation protocol
Knight Foundation School of Computing & Information Sciences, Florida International University, 11200 S.W. 8th Street, 33199, Miami, FL, USA
Accepted: 12 April 2023
Published online: 11 May 2023
In this study, a new version of the quantum teleportation protocol is presented, which does not require a Bell state measurement (BSM) module on the sender side (Alice), a unitary transform to reconstruct the teleported state on the receiver side (Bob), neither a disambiguation process through two classic bits that travel through a classic disambiguation channel located between sender and receiver. The corresponding theoretical deduction of the protocol, as well as the experimental verification of its operation for several examples of qubits through implementation on an optical table, complete the present study. Both the theoretical and experimental outcomes show a marked superiority in the performance of the new protocol over the original version, with more simplicity and lower implementation costs, and identical fidelity in its most complete version.
Key words: Entanglement / Optical table / Quantum Internet / Teleportation
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