Classical information capacity of superdense coding
Classical communication through quantum channels may be enhanced by sharing entanglement. Superdense coding allows the encoding, and transmission, of up to two classical bits of information in a single qubit. In this paper, the maximum classical channel capacity for states that are not maximally entangled is derived. Particular schemes are then shown to attain this capacity, first for pairs of qubits, and second for pairs of qutrits.
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|Source:||Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics|
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