QUANTUM TELEPORTATION USING GHZ STATE WITH PARTIAL ERROR DETECTION AND CORRECTION

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2023
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Entangled states and quantum information can be transferred from one place to another using the quantum teleportation technique. The universe's environment prevents teleportation without affecting the integrity of the data. Quantum entanglement, wherein two or more particles are irreversibly connected to one another, is used for the quantum teleportation of a qubit. A quantum circuit is a mechanism for quantum systems in the quantum communication theory, just like a classical circuit. Quantum gates, measurements, initializing quantum bits to default parameters, and perhaps additional operations make up a computation. Real-world quantum circuits are susceptible to mistakes. Therefore, to design a quantum circuit that performs as expected, quantum error correction is necessary. We employed a 3-bit repetition code between teleportation so that our project could tackle any faults that might happen. In this way, bit flip and phase mistakes can be resolved. Our approach also demonstrates how various error-correcting codes can boost fidelity
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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North South University
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