Supporting multiple entanglement flows through a continuous-variable quantum repeater
AffiliationWyant College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona
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PublisherAmerican Physical Society
CitationTillman, I. J., Rubenok, A., Guha, S., & Seshadreesan, K. P. (2022). Supporting multiple entanglement flows through a continuous-variable quantum repeater. Physical Review A, 106(6), 062611.
JournalPhysical Review A
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AbstractQuantum repeaters are critical to the development of quantum networks, enabling rates of entanglement distribution beyond those attainable by direct transmission. We consider multiple continuous-variable, squeezed light-based entanglement flows through a repeater involving noiseless linear amplification and dual homodyne detection. By analyzing a single-repeater-enhanced channel model with asymmetric half-channel losses across the repeater, we determine placements of the central repeater hub in a four-user hub-and-spoke network that enhance the rate of each entanglement flow. © 2022 American Physical Society.
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