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QUANTUM COMMUNICATIONS Rodney Van Meter and Joe Touch Designing Quantum Repeater Networks

@inproceedings{2013QUANTUMCR,
  title={QUANTUM COMMUNICATIONS Rodney Van Meter and Joe Touch Designing Quantum Repeater Networks},
  author={},
  year={2013}
}
  • Published 2013
Quantum networks are distributed systems that utilize entanglement and teleportation. They uniquely enable tamper-evident communication, distributed quantum computation, and quantum sensor networks that support tests of the foundations of quantum mechanics itself [1, 2]. These applications are driving substantial amounts of research into quantum networks, especially a form known as quantum repeater networks. Quantum networks appear impossible. Classical networks depend on relaying, in which a… Expand

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