The utility of a five-qubit entangled state for quantum teleportation, quantum state sharing and superdense coding is investigated. The state can be utilized for perfect teleportation and quantum state sharing of an arbitrary single- and two-qubit state. The capacity of superdense coding of the state reaches the “Holevo bound”, which means that five classical bits can be transmitted by sending three qubits. The preparation of the five-qubit state and detection of the multipartite states in cavity QED are discussed. The distinct advantage of the feasible cavity QED technology that we use is insensitive to the thermal field and the cavity decay.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 10, 2010
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