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Optimal Superdense Coding

Sending the Most Bits Per Qubit

Once upon a time, I designed a variation of the superdense coding algorithm. The variation itself is beyond the scope of this article, but the key takeaway is that I used the textbook number of qubits — two — for the superdense coding part. I was already aware of a three-qubit implementation, and then I became aware of a five-qubit implementation. If using three is…

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Independent Quantum Algorithm Designer https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-siegelwax https://twitter.com/BSiegelwax?s=09 https://github.com/bsiegelwax

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Brian N. Siegelwax

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Independent Quantum Algorithm Designer https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-siegelwax https://twitter.com/BSiegelwax?s=09 https://github.com/bsiegelwax

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