Noisy teleportation of nonclassical quantum states via a two-mode squeezed-vacuum state is studied with the completely positive map and the Glauber-Sudarshan P-function. Using the nonclassical depth as a measure of transmission performance, we compare the teleportation scheme with the direct transmission through a noisy channel. The noise model is based on the coupling to the vacuum field. It is shown that the teleportation channel has better transmission performance than the direct transmission channel in a certain region. The bounds for such a region and for obtaining the nonvanished nonclassicality of the teleported quantum states are also discussed. Our model shows a reasonable agreement with the teleportation fidelity observed in the experiment performed by Furusawa et al. (1998 Science 282 706). We finally mention the required conditions for transmitting nonclassical features in real experiments.
|Journal of Optics B: Quantum and Semiclassical Optics
|Published - 2002 4月
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