Chaibata SeidaAbderrahim El AllatiKhadija El Anouz

Chaibata SeidaAbderrahim El AllatiKhadija El Anouz

Nov 2023

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Distant quantum control via quantum gates represents an essential step toward realizing distributed quantum networks. An efficient theoretical protocol for the dual non-local implementation of controlled-not (CNOT) gates between two separated partners is presented in this regard. The suggested protocol requires 1~ebit with local operations and classical communication channels. The efficiency of the teleportation scheme is quantified through an infidelity measure. The numerical results show that the infidelity of performing the CNOT gate between legitimate partners depends on the initial qubit settings. It is also shown that the protocol is performed efficiently if the CNOT control qubit and the auxiliary qubit are prepared in the same direction. Furthermore, we provide a noise analysis for the suggested scheme. We find that by maintaining the noise strengths under the threshold $\frac{1}{4}$, one can achieve the dual non-local CNOT gate optimally.