Erratum: Time-Bin and Polarization Superdense Teleportation for Space Applications (Physical Review Applied (2020) 14 (014044) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevApplied.14.014044)

Joseph C. Chapman, Trent M. Graham, Christopher K. Zeitler, Herbert J. Bernstein, Paul G. Kwiat

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Abstract

Table I has been updated as seen below to correct several typographical errors in rows 13 and 21 where part of the last two entries in the row were switched. Furthermore, the states in the first four columns have been rearranged to make the phase convention of Appendix D consistent to allow for easier reproduction of the table. (Originally, we chose a phase convention which we thought made the table easier to reproduce by looking at Fig. 2.) To make the phase convention consistent throughout Appendix D and correct an error during manuscript creation, should be right after the equals sign in Eqs. (D5)–(D8) as shown below. (Equation Presented) There was also a typographical error, where the second and third rows of Eq. (D10) were flipped. The correct version is (Equation Presented) We thank Dr. Jason Gallicchio and his group for their help in catching the above typographical errors and encouraging us to make the tables in the manuscript reproducible with the given formulas and phase convention. Additionally, the authors noticed a small error in Fig. 12. In the original publication, the data in the top and bottom panel of the right-most graphs were mistakenly offset from one another by 0.7∘. (Table Presented) None of the changes discussed in this erratum affect any of the results, calculations, or conclusions in this paper.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number059902
JournalPhysical Review Applied
Volume14
Issue number5
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 12 2020

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