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Preliminary Study of Connectivity for Quantum Key Distribution Network

by   Ying Liu, et al.
Rutgers University

Quantum network is fragile to disturbances when qubits are transmitted through quantum channel. Reliability is an essential requirement for a quantum network and even the future quantum internet. A metric is needed to describe the reliability of a quantum network to build a robust infrastructure and communication protocols. In this work, we combined quantum physical parameters with graphic algebraic connectivity to indicate the transmission throughput of a grid quantum network. This metric can be extended to multiple equal point-to-point distance topology. This work also studies how to tune specific physical parameters to maintain or even increase connectivity when nodes or edges are removed from a network. Using this metric, resources consumption are compared.


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