Physical Review A - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
We show that the recently discovered universal upper bound on the thermal conductance of a single channel comprising particles obeying arbitrary fractional statistics is in fact a consequence of a more general universal upper bound, involving the averaged entropy and energy currents of a single channel connecting heat reservoirs with arbitrary temperatures and chemical potentials. The latter upper bound in turn leads, via Holevo's theorem, to a universal (i.e., statistics independent) upper bound on the optimum capacity for classical information transmission down a single, wideband quantum channel.
Blencowe, Miles and Vitelli, Vincenzo, "Universal Quantum Limits on Single-Channel Information, Entropy, and Heat Flow" (2000). Open Dartmouth: Faculty Open Access Articles. 3522.