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US Army research into quantum teleportation of data



On 02 Jun 2014, at 21:44, Gregory Foster <[email protected]> wrote:

Defense Systems (May 30) - "Teleporting information sets stage for
â??cyber secureâ?? communications":
http://defensesystems.com/Articles/2014/05/30/ARL-Teleportation.aspx

Lots of challenges to overcome, but the advantages are sufficiently
self-evident and seductive to likely warrant substantial funding.

A use case not mentioned: remotely piloted aircraft (drones) without
network lag.

Decoding of information transferred via quantum teleportation still requires transmission of state info (2 bits per 1 q-bit) via conventional side-channel.
see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_teleportation#Protocol

so network lag is still there.


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