Thermal entanglement and teleportation via thermally atomic entangled state in cavity QED
In this article, we study thermal entanglement between two-coupled two-level atoms interacting with a single-mode cavity field. The cavity mode is assumed to be initially in the vacuum state and the detuning parameter is large. The thermal entanglement in this two-qubit system is quantified in terms of the concurrence, as a proper measure for two-qubit mixed states. We investigate how the thermal entanglement depends on temperature, dipole coupling between the atoms and detuning parameter. In addition, we shall use the generated thermally atomic entangled state as a quantum channel for teleportation and we mainly concentrate on the fidelity of teleportation. Finally, the relationship between the quantum coherence and entanglement will be discussed.
Volume 95, 2021
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