The Primary Exploration of Application of Quantum Entanglement Weak Measurement in Superluminal Communication
DOI: 10.23977/cpcs.2019.31001 | Downloads: 29 | Views: 1308
Kou Zhaofei 1, Mao Xinrong 1
1 Xi'an University of Science and Technology, Xi’an 710054
Corresponding AuthorKou Zhaofei
The entanglement properties of the quantum channel in quantum communication did not play well, in order to realize quantum communication at superluminal speed with the help of this entanglement property, a kind of quantum communication mode which can measure the change of quantum information is proposed in this article. This method can bypass the classical channel part in the quantum communication. In the concrete realization process, by combining the quantum weak measurement method, information transmission can be carried out without destroying entangled states, so as to achieve superluminal communication.
KEYWORDSQuantum Entanglement; Weak Measurement; Superluminal Communication; Primary Exploration
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Kou Zhaofei, Mao Xinrong, The Primary Exploration of Application of Quantum Entanglement Weak Measurement in Superluminal Communication, Computing, Performance and Communication Systems (2019) Vol. 3: 1-4. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/cpcs.2019.31001.
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