Unknown Two Particles Teleportation Using a Special Two-Particle Quantum Channel
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In this paper, two schemes of teleporting two particles are proposed. In first scheme, an auxiliary particle is introduced to transfer a two-particle state with special coefficients. The sender adopts Bell bases measurement and Von Neumann measurement, then the receiver obtain the state through appropriate unitary transformation. In second scheme, two special two-particle entangled states are chosen as quantum channel. The sender takes Bell bases measurement twice, and transfers the results to the receiver by classical channel, then the receiver gets the transmitted state through unitary transformation.
KeywordsTwo-particle state Teleportation Bell bases measurement Entanglement
This work is supported by Natural Science Foundation of China under number 11361065 and 11761073.
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