Protocol for Counterfactually Transporting an Unknown Qubit

@inproceedings{Salih2016ProtocolFC,
  title={Protocol for Counterfactually Transporting an Unknown Qubit},
  author={Hatim Salih},
  booktitle={Front. Phys.},
  year={2016}
}
Quantum teleportation circumvents the uncertainty principle using dual channels: a quantum one consisting of previously-shared entanglement, and a classical one, together allowing the disembodied transport of an unknown quantum state over distance. It has recently been shown that a classical bit can be counterfactually communicated between two parties in empty space, “Alice” and “Bob.” Here, by using our “dual” version of the chained quantum Zeno effect to achieve a counterfactual CNOT gate, we… CONTINUE READING
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