High-dimensional quantum teleportation under noisy environments

  title={High-dimensional quantum teleportation under noisy environments},
  author={Alejandro Fonseca},
  journal={Physical Review A},
We study the protocol of qudit teleportation using quantum systems subjected to several kinds of noise for arbitrary dimensionality $d$. We consider four classes of noise: dit-flip, $d$-phase-flip, dit-phase-flip and depolarizing, each of them corresponding to a family of Weyl operators, introduced via Kraus formalism. We derive a general expression for the average fidelity of teleportation in arbitrary dimension $d$ for any combination of noise on the involved qudits. Under a different… 

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