May 6, 2023

Quantum Entanglement Takes Navigation Sensors to New Heights

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, quantum physics

The mysterious phenomenon of “spooky action at a distance,” which once troubled Einstein, could soon become as commonplace as the gyroscopes used to measure acceleration in smartphones.

A recent study in Nature Photonics.

<em>Nature Photonics</em> is a prestigious, peer-reviewed scientific journal that is published by the Nature Publishing Group. Launched in January 2007, the journal focuses on the field of photonics, which includes research into the science and technology of light generation, manipulation, and detection. Its content ranges from fundamental research to applied science, covering topics such as lasers, optical devices, photonics materials, and photonics for energy. In addition to research papers, <em>Nature Photonics</em> also publishes reviews, news, and commentary on significant developments in the photonics field. It is a highly respected publication and is widely read by researchers, academics, and professionals in the photonics and related fields.

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