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Mobile Device Communicating to a Wired-Base Processor via Quantum Teleportation Arrays

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000131866D
Publication Date: 2005-Nov-21
Document File: 2 page(s) / 320K

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Abstract

Currently, all wireless mobile devices rely on radio transmission, which has several technical obstacles and constraints. It would be nice to be able to use mobile devices beyond the boundaries of radio transmission limitations. The proposed method of communication would not use radio transmission, but rather instant quantum communication. The proposed solution would operates under the recently principle of quantum teleportation between atoms/particles. Scientists can create a relationship between pairs of atomic particles. Once this has been done, the 2 particles are connected; any property changes to one particle instantly take place in the other particle, no matter where it is, or how far away it is. There does not need to be any apparent physical connection between the 2 particles. Please refer to http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5225655/ for more info. Once technology allows small, low-powered, safe devices that can (a) change and (b) read these properties, it would be possible to develop an array of 8 such readers/changers. These arrays could then be used to instantly move data to and from its paired array, no matter where the 2 arrays were in physical space. A mobile device would contain 2 arrays, a "Display Quantum Property Array" and an "Input Quantum Property Array". Each mobile device would be paired to a Home Base Unit (HBU) - possibly a personal computer (PC) - that contained the paired "Display Quantum Property Array" and "Input Quantum Property Array". Any changes made to any of the 8 Property Reader / Writers in an array would instantly appear in the paired Property Reader / Writers in the other array. The user would press a key on the mobile device - this would orient the 8 atoms in the "Input Quantum Property Array" as 8 different properties to equal 8 bits, which would form the needed byte of data. Quantum teleportation would instantly orient the 8 atoms in the HBU "Input Quantum Property Array" the exact same way where it is read by the HBU's "Input Quantum Property Array," thus instantly teleporting the byte of data to the HBU. This would quickly repeat for every byte of data. The HBU would process everything as all processing and an outside data connection would reside at the non-moving HBU. Data to be sent back to the BlackBerry would be transmitted from the HBU's "Display Quantum Property Array" to the device’s "Display Quantum Property Array" the same way. The mobile device contains no main processor, no memory, no radio, etc. - just the screen, input means (i.e., keyboard) and the 2 "Quantum Property Arrays.” The mobile device becomes an instant and mobile “window” to the HBU, which does all processing and communications and instantly teleports results back to the device. The key to this technology is the development of small, low powered, safe devices that can (a) change and (b) read these types of atomic properties.

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QUANTUM TELEPORTATION

MOBILE

DEVICE

Mobile Device Communicating to a Wired-Base Processor via Quantum Teleportation Arrays

Disclosed Anonymously

Currently, all wireless mobile devices rely on radio transmission, which has several technical obstacles and constraints. It would be nice to be able to use mobile devices beyond the boundaries of radio transmission limitations.

The proposed method of communication would not use radio transmission, but rather instant quantum communication. The proposed solution would operates under the recently principle of quantum teleportation between atoms/particles.

Scientists can create a relationship between pairs of atomic particles. Once this has been done, the 2 particles are connected; any property changes to one particle instantly take place in the other particle, no  matter where it is, or how far away it is. There does not need to be any apparent physical connection between the 2 particles.

Please refer to http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5225655/ for more info.

Once technology allows small, low-powered, safe devices that can (a) change and (b) read these properties, it would be possible to develop an array of 8 such readers/changers. These arrays could then be used to instantly move data to and from its paired array, no matter where the 2 arrays were in physical space.

A mobile device would contain 2 arrays, a "Display Quantum Property Array" and an "Input Quantum Property  Array". Each mobile device would be paired to a Home Base Unit (HBU) - possibly a personal computer (PC) - that contained the paired "Display Quantum Property Array" and "Input Quantum Property Array".

Any changes made to any of the 8 Property Reader / Writers in an arra...