Quantum state transfer between two photons with polarization and orbital angular momentum via quantum teleportation technology

  title={Quantum state transfer between two photons with polarization and orbital angular momentum via quantum teleportation technology},
  author={Shihao Ru and Min An and Yu Yang and Rui Qu and Feiran Wang and Yunlong Wang and Pei Zhang and Fuli Li},
Quantum teleportation is a useful quantum information technology to transmit quantum states between different degrees of freedom. We here report a quantum state transfer experiment in the linear optical system, transferring a single photon state in the polarization degree of freedom (DoF) to another photon in the orbital angular momentum (OAM) quantum state via a biphoton OAM entangled channel. Our experimental method is based on quantum teleportation technology. The differences between ours… 

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