New record for quantum teleportation
Quantum teleportation is thought to be a promising route to developing quantum encryption — theoretically an unbreakable system where quantum states are used to hide data. But there’s a little work to be done before this technique can be used to achieve such a goal: the researchers can only achieve teleportation in 25 percent of transmissions at best, and 60 miles may be a long way but it’s dwarfed by the scale of fiber optic cables used to transmit data across the Internet. Still, it’s good to have targets, right?
New record for quantum teleportation Reviewed by Umer Abrar on 9/23/2015 Rating: