# Time-Bin and Polarization Superdense Teleportation for Space Applications

@article{Chapman2019TimeBinAP, title={Time-Bin and Polarization Superdense Teleportation for Space Applications}, author={Joseph C. Chapman and Trent Michael Graham and Christopher K. Zeitler and Herbert J. Bernstein and Paul G. Kwiat}, journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics}, year={2019} }

To build a global quantum communication network, low-transmission, fiber-based communication channels can be supplemented by using a free-space channel between a satellite and a ground station on Earth. We have constructed a system that generates hyperentangled photonic "ququarts" and measures them to execute multiple quantum communication protocols of interest. We have successfully executed and characterized superdense teleportation, a modified remote-state preparation protocol that transfers…

## 17 Citations

### Towards hyperentangled time-bin and polarization superdense teleportation in space

- PhysicsQuantum Technologies and Quantum Information Science V
- 2019

Quantum communication networks based on fiber optics are restricted in length since efficient quantum repeaters are not yet available. A free-space channel between a satellite in orbit and Earth can…

### Hyperentangled Time-Bin and Polarization Quantum Key Distribution

- PhysicsPhysical Review Applied
- 2022

Fiber-based quantum key distribution (QKD) networks are currently limited without quantum repeaters. Satellite-based QKD links have been proposed to extend the network domain. We have developed a…

### Feasible time-bin entanglement purification based on sum-frequency generation.

- PhysicsOptics express
- 2021

This paper presents the first entanglement purification protocol (EPP) for time-bin entangled state, which does not require the sophisticated controlled-not (CNOT) gate or similar operations, and it uses the feasible sum-frequency generation (SFG) to perform the purification.

### 648-Hilbert space dimensionality in biphoton frequency combs for quantum-secure communications and networks

- Physics, Computer ScienceOPTO
- 2022

The Hilbert space dimensionality is increased and a 648- dimensional Hilbert spaces with time-frequency entanglement in a biphoton frequency comb is demonstrated, enabling a computational space up to 13 photonic qubits, and 6.28 bits/photon classical information capacity.

### 648 Hilbert-space dimensionality in a biphoton frequency comb: entanglement of formation and Schmidt mode decomposition

- Physicsnpj Quantum Information
- 2020

Qudit entanglement is an indispensable resource for quantum information processing since increasing dimensionality provides a pathway to higher capacity and increased noise resilience in quantum…

### 648 Hilbert-space dimensionality in a biphoton frequency comb: entanglement of formation and Schmidt mode decomposition

- Physicsnpj Quantum Information
- 2021

Qudit entanglement is an indispensable resource for quantum information processing since increasing dimensionality provides a pathway to higher capacity and increased noise resilience in quantum…

### Observing quantum coherence from photons scattered in free-space

- PhysicsLight, science & applications
- 2021

A novel approach to transfer and recover quantum coherence from scattered, non-line-of-sight photons analyzed in a multimode and imaging interferometer for time-bins, combined with photon detection based on a 8 × 8 single-photon-detector-array is demonstrated.

### Performance analysis of inter-satellite round-robin differential-phase-shift quantum key distribution

- Computer ScienceQuantum Information Processing
- 2022

The results indicate that OAM encoding is preferable to time-bin encoding only under the circumstances where a low dimension and a large receiver aperture are used, but it is found that TM encoding is the best encoding scheme in RRDPS QKD over an inter-satellite channel.

### The deep space quantum link: prospective fundamental physics experiments using long-baseline quantum optics

- PhysicsEPJ Quantum Technology
- 2022

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Deep Space Quantum Link mission concept enables a unique set of science experiments by establishing robust quantum optical links across extremely…

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