Scientists Use Quantum Entanglement To Achieve Instantaneous Long-distance Communication For The First Time

- Jan 02, 2020-

Scientists Use Quantum Entanglement to Achieve Instantaneous Long-distance Communication For The First Time

 

Recently, scientists from the University of Bristol and the Danish University of Technology said that they used quantum entanglement to achieve the "instantaneous transmission" of information between two computer chips. This could lead to a more secure "quantum network" The research paper has been published in the journal Natural Physics. Zh

 

Scientists Use Quantum Entanglement to Achieve Instantaneous Long-distance Communication For The First Time


It is reported that researchers at the University of Bristol have developed a chip that can generate light particles in the circuit. The particles can be "instantly transmitted" between different chips using quantum entanglement to achieve instant communication. And the chip does not require electrical or physical connections to transmit information, because quantum entanglement enables particles to communicate over long distances instantly. The research team said that the current success rate of this method has reached 91% in terms of transmitting information. Zh

 

Researchers at the University of Bristol say the technology has a wide range of uses in quantum computing and networking. The joint research team of the two universities also said that their research may pave the way for the quantum Internet and prevent the transmission of information from malicious attacks