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A Quantum Router for the Entangled Web

03/11/2019
by   Bernardo A. Huberman, et al.
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Qubit transmission protocols are presently point-to-point, and thus restrictive in their functionality. A quantum router is necessary for the quantum Internet to become a reality. We present a quantum router design based on teleportation, as well as mechanisms for entangled pair management. The prototype was validated using a quantum simulator.

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