We present a scheme for implementing a quantum teleportation process using the Jaynes–Cummings model. For this, we study the interaction between an excited state of a two-level atom and a single electromagnetic field in a superposition of coherent states. The resulting entangled state may be considered as a good quantum channel for quantum teleportation protocol. By controlling the interaction field parameters inside the cavity, the average fidelity of the teleported state may be maximized. However, the weight and phase parameters in the teleported states are estimated by using quantum Fisher information. It allows one to show that the sensitivity of the teleported states fluctuates between maximum and minimum bounds for large numbers of photons. Evaluating different quantities of quantum entanglement, average fidelity, and the amount of quantum Fisher information shows that the odd coherent states are usually larger than those obtained using even coherent states.
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