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Quantum Teleportation Between Nanomechanical Modes

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Author(s)

Lin Tian, Stephen Carr

Abstract

We study a quantum teleportation scheme between two nanomechanical modes without local interaction. The nanomechanical modes are linearly coupled to and connected by the continuous variable modes of a superconducting circuit made of transmission line and Josephson junctions. We calculate the fidelity of transferring coherent state under finite temperature and non-unit detector efficiency and show that a fidelity above the classical limit of $1/2$ can be achieved for a large range of parameters.
Citation
Physical Review Letters

Keywords

fidelity, nanomechanical modes, quantum teleportation, superconducting transmission line

Citation

Tian, L. and Carr, S. (2008), Quantum Teleportation Between Nanomechanical Modes, Physical Review Letters (Accessed February 23, 2024)
Created October 16, 2008