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Modeling INQNET’s time-bin qubit teleportation experiments using phase space methods

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We apply phase space methods to simulate time-bin qubit teleportation experiments at the Caltech Quantum Network (CQNET) and Fermilab Quantum Network (FQNET) [1]. Our model includes all experimentally relevant parameters and contributions from the multi-photon events.

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