Long-range quantum energy teleportation and distribution on a hyperbolic quantum network
Teleporting energy to remote locations is new challenge for quantum information science and technology. Developing a method for transferring local energy in laboratory systems to remote locations will enable non-trivial energy flows in quantum networks. From the perspective of quantum information engineering, we propose a method for distributing local energy to a large number of remote nodes using hyperbolic geometry. Hyperbolic networks are suitable for energy allocation in large quantum networks since the number of nodes grows exponentially. To realise long-range quantum energy teleportation, we propose a hybrid method of quantum state telepotation and quantum energy teleportation. By transmitting local quantum information through quantum teleportation and performing conditional operations on that information, quantum energy teleportation can theoretically be realized independent of geographical distance. The method we present will provide new insights into new applications of future large-scale quantum networks and potential applications of quantum physics to information engineering.
- Pub Date:
- January 2023
- Quantum Physics;
- Computer Science - Computers and Society;
- Computer Science - Information Theory;
- Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture