Abstract

A new entangled quantum state is introduced by applying local coherent superposition (CS) (r a+ta) of photon subtraction and addition to each mode of an even entangled coherent state (EECS). The properties of entanglement are investigated in terms of the Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen (EPR) correlation, the degree of entanglement, and the average fidelity of quantum teleportation. It is found that single- and two-mode CS operations can improve the EPR correlation of the EECS in a big (>0.88) and small (<0.52) region of amplitude, respectively. The enhanced entanglement and fidelity depend on the even or odd order of CS. All optimal results are not achieved at two extreme cases of t=0, 1.

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