We demonstrate one-sided device-independent self-testing of any pure two-qubit entangled state based on a fine-grained steering inequality. The maximum violation of a fine-grained steering inequality can be used to witness certain steerable correlations, which certify all pure two-qubit entangled states. Our experimental results identify which particular pure two-qubit entangled state has been self-tested and which measurement operators are used on the untrusted side. Furthermore, we analytically derive the robustness bound of our protocol, enabling our subsequent experimental verification of robustness through state tomography. Finally, we ensure that the requisite no-signaling constraints are maintained in the experiment.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics