Deterministic joint remote preparation of an equatorial hybrid state via high-dimensional Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen pairs: active versus passive receiver
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Entanglement plays a vital and in many cases non-replaceable role in the quantum network communication. Here, we propose two new protocols to jointly and remotely prepare a special so-called bipartite equatorial state which is hybrid in the sense that it entangles two Hilbert spaces with arbitrary different dimensions D and N (i.e., a type of entanglement between a quDit and a quNit). The quantum channels required to do that are however not necessarily hybrid. In fact, we utilize four high-dimensional Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen pairs, two of which are quDit–quDit entanglements, while the other two are quNit–quNit ones. In the first protocol the receiver has to be involved actively in the process of remote state preparation, while in the second protocol the receiver is passive as he/she needs to participate only in the final step for reconstructing the target hybrid state. Each protocol meets a specific circumstance that may be encountered in practice and both can be performed with unit success probability. Moreover, the concerned equatorial hybrid entangled state can also be jointly prepared for two receivers at two separated locations by slightly modifying the initial particles’ distribution, thereby establishing between them an entangled channel ready for a later use.
KeywordsDeterministic joint remote state preparation Equatorial state Hybrid dimension High-dimensional EPR pair Active receiver Passive receiver
This work is supported by the Vietnam Foundation for Science and Technology Development (NAFOSTED) under a Project No. 103.01-2017.08.
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