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Approach methodology of Quantum Teleportation with binary XOR code for large scale security in Optical Transmission
Aris Skander, Messai Abederraouf, Mahri Omar, Mokhtari Hatem, Guebgoub Nassima, Merabtine Nadjim, Mosleh M-Elharti, Benslama Malek

Last modified: 2012-01-05


Quantum teleportation, or entanglement-assisted teleportation, as an area of modern science and new branch of technology, should be seen both as a way to develop a new, and more basic concepts, tools, methods, laws and optical limitations security of information storage and transmission can and should be actually seen as an important driving force of the theory and practice of classical information and also more to more free space communication. Quantum optical protocol is a process by which a qubit (the basic unit of quantum information) can be transmitted exactly from one location to another, without the qubit being transmitted through the intervening space. The first goal of the paper is to discuss briefly the state art of quantum transmission and the photon polarization principal (photonic transmission principal [1]), all practice of quantum research focused in quantum BB84 protocol and the fiber transmission limitation [2]. Second goal is to survey some of the main problems, directions and challenges of quantum satellite transmission. The last goal is to review some of the main impacts the outcomes of understanding of quantum teleportation. There are two main reasons why secure quantum fiber communication, Quantum Key Distribution and entanglement distribution is of great interest and experiments are suggested to test how the existing long distance stations can be used to do that. The first one is to maintain global networks that could lead to QKD much over 100 km and that way based and secure quantum communication networks. Second one, to be discussed below, is to create a quantum key coupled with binary code for new tests of the range of quantum transmission. Our future idea is that a satellite transmits entangled photons to different distant ground stations and by that establishes different secure keys between the satellite and each of the ground stations. XOR teleportation protocol of these keys is then sent publicly to one of the ground stations. The idea is that a satellite provides entanglement and distributes it to the communicating parties. Once it would turn out that such ideas are feasible, the door would be open for global secure communication networks.


quantum teleportation; Xor binary code; quantum transmission;quantum key distribution; BB84 protocol; photon polarization; fiber networks transmission.