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Title: Validation of a numerical simulation to study the decoherence of quantum OAM entanglement due to atmospheric turbulence
Authors: Hamadou Ibrahim, A
Roux, FS
Konrad, T
Keywords: Short distance free space communication
Long distance free space communication
Free space communication
Phase screen method
Quantum system
SAIP 2011
Numerical simulation
Physics
Atmospheric turbulence
Issue Date: Jul-2011
Citation: Hamadou Ibrahim, A, Roux, FS and Konrad, T. 2011. Validation of a numerical simulation to study the decoherence of quantum OAM entanglement due to atmospheric turbulence. South African Institute of Physics 56th Annual Conference, Saint George Hotel, Pretoria, 12-16 July 2011
Series/Report no.: Workflow request;7327
Abstract: This study focusses on short distance free-space communication, long distance free-space communication, as well as the challenges for free-space communication. The phase screen method is discussed, and the question "how do we know that we are simulating a quantum system?" is answered.
Description: South African Institute of Physics 56th Annual Conference, Saint George Hotel, Pretoria, 12-16 July 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5200
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