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Teleportation of squeezed states in the absence and presence of dissipation

  • N. Sehati
  • M. K. TavassolyEmail author
  • M. Ghasemi
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Abstract.

In this paper at first we successfully teleport the unknown quantum state which is a superposition of squeezed vacuum state and squeezed one-photon state using the beam splitter in the absence of dissipation. In the continuation, we try to implement the same teleportation protocol, however, in the presence of dissipation effects. To do this task, we use proper entangled channel to reach to perfect teleportation under the influence of decoherence. Finally, we consider another superposition of two squeezed vacuum states with separation in phase by \( \pi\) and teleport it with a different appropriate entangled channel. In fact, we will observe that one can successfully teleport the considered superposition of squeezed states by choosing proper entangled channels in the presence and absence of dissipation in appropriate chosen conditions.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Atomic and Molecular Group, Faculty of PhysicsYazd UniversityYazdIran

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