Quantum Teleportation of an Unknown Two-Atom Entangled State Using Four-Atom Cluster State
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A simply protocol for quantum teleportation of an unknown two-atom entangled state using four-atom cluster state is investigated in cavity quantum electrodynamics (QED). In this protocol, by using a one-dimensional maximally four-atom cluster state as quantum channel, an unknown two-atom entangled state can be transmitted from the sender (Alice) to the receiver without apparent joint Bell-state measurement. According to the results measured by the sender, the receiver can obtain the original state with unit successful probability. The important features of our scheme can also be demonstrated in ion trap system.
KeywordsQuantum teleportation Four-atom cluster state Cavity quantum electrodynamics
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