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Superdense coding is quantum communication protocol that transmits 2 classical bits of information by sending 1 qubit, provided sender and receiver pre-shared entangled pair of qubits.

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As mentioned in this article, "This (densecoding) lets you transmit at double speed until the pre-delivered qubits run out." What is meant by double speed here?
asked Nov 3 '21 by User101