Experts from the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences have made another step to experiment with complex quantum systems.
Physicists around the world are trying to increase the number of two-dimensional systems called the researchers of Anton Zeilinger.
They use the idea of using complex quanta systems, such as qubits, to increase data capacity with the same number of particles. Advanced technology can provide teleportation of complex quantum systems in the future.
Recently, Nature's Photonics has published the results of the work titled "Experimental Greenberger-Horne-Zeillerer Entanglement Beyond QuBits".
Google and IBM are looking for ways to multiply many attacked Qubits
Qubits are similar to bits on ordinary computers, and they are the smallest of data in quantum systems.
Technical giants, such as Google and IBM, compete with research institutes around the world. Motivation is the development of a quantum computer.
A team of experts from the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences opens up a new way to increase the information capacity of complex quantum systems.
Instead of increasing the number of particles involved in this process, the overall complexity of each system increases.
"A special thing about our experiment is that the first three photons are concentrated in the usual two-dimensional nature," says Manuel Erhard, the first author of the study.
The results of the research can have a great impact on future technology, such as quantum teleportation.
Erhard thinks that quantum communication networks are important for advanced techniques and technologies. You can check the reading here.
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