From what I gather, communication is not possible with quantum mechanics. With the experiment on teleportation, entanglement is referred to as coordination and not communication. However, my belief is that communication is taking place. For example, given if a qubit has more information than a bit, this will mean that after Alice entangles/sends the qubit and prior to Bob measuring it, information is communicated. Am I missing something?
Yes. I have studied superdense coding. I also understand about the 2 classical bits. Let me add clarity to my question. Alice has a qubit which is sent to Bob. The qubit is not a regular bit and it contains more information than a bit. So, at the end of the day, Bob ends up receiving a qubit. And what I was saying in my original question, let's assume Bob does not read it but rather uses this qubit in a circuit. Hence, Bob is able to harness the information of a qubit which contains more information than regular classical bits. Hence, I see that communication of information is taking place. Is there something I am missing and/or can I clarify further my question. Thank you!