Quantum teleportation with a complete Bell state measurement

  title={Quantum teleportation with a complete Bell state measurement},
  author={Yoon-Ho Kim and Sergei Kulik and Yanhua Shih},
  journal={Journal of Modern Optics},
  pages={221 - 236}
By using the quantum teleportation protocol, Alice can send an unknown quantum state (e.g. the polarization of a single photon) to Bob without ever knowing about it. This paper discusses a quantum teleportation experiment in which nonlinear interactions are used for the Bell state measurement. Since the Bell state measurement is based on nonlinear interactions, all four Bell states can be distinguished. Therefore, teleportation of a polarization state can occur with certainty, in principle… 

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