Abstract
In this suggested version of the bidirectional teleportation protocol, it is assumed that the used quantum channel passes through an amplitude damping channel. Therefore, some of its quantum correlations (entanglement) are lost and, consequently, its efficiency to implement this protocol decreases. The weak and the reversal measurements are used to recover the losses of these correlations, where the negativity, as a measure of entanglement is improved. In this context, we discussed the effect of the noisy strength on the fidelities of the bidirectional teleported states between the users. It is shown that, by applying the weak and the reversal measurements (WRM) on the initial quantum channel between the users, the fidelities of the teleported states are improved. Moreover, we showed that, the upper bounds of the teleported states depend on the initial states of the triggers and the strengths of WRM. It is worth noting that the WRM improves the quantum correlations of the shared channel and, hence, the fidelity of the teleported state if the initial fidelity of the teleported state is larger than 0.5