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High-fidelity quantum teleportation of time-bin qubits at telecommunication wavelength

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Quantum teleportation is important for fundamental physics studies and quantum network technologies. We teleport time-bin qubits with high fidelity of 91 1% at telecom-wavelength using off-the-shelf fiber-based components and custom DAQ± systems.

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