Long-Range Big Quantum-Data Transmission

Zwerger, M. and Pirker, A. and Dunjko, V. and Briegel, H. J. and D`ur, W.. (2018) Long-Range Big Quantum-Data Transmission. Physical Review Letters, 120. 030503.

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We introduce an alternative type of quantum repeater for long-range quantum communication with improved scaling with the distance. We show that by employing hashing, a deterministic entanglement distillation protocol with one-way communication, one obtains a scalable scheme that allows one to reach arbitrary distances, with constant overhead in resources per repeater station, and ultrahigh rates. In practical terms, we show that, also with moderate resources of a few hundred qubits at each repeater station, one can reach intercontinental distances. At the same time, a measurement-based implementation allows one to tolerate high loss but also operational and memory errors of the order of several percent per qubit. This opens the way for long-distance communication of big quantum data.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Physik > Physik > Quantum Physics (Sangouard)
UniBasel Contributors:Zwerger, Michael
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
Publisher:American Physical Society
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