I will present a simple relativistic framework designed to examine the effect of gravity on quantum entanglement of localized wave-packets. For simplicity, our discussion will center on the continuous-variable entanglement of scalar fields as observed by uniformly accelerated observers. Through the equivalence principle, this approach can simulate the effects of gravity. We demonstrate that the resulting effect is equivalent to a noisy quantum channel.
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