An effective simulation of quantum entanglement is presented using classical fields
modulated with n pseudorandom phase sequences that constitute a n2n-dimensional Hilbert space with a tensor product structure. Applications to classical
fields are examplied by effective simulation of both Bell and GHZ states, and a correlation
analysis was performed to characterize the simulation. Results that strictly comply
with criteria of quantum entanglement were obtained and the approach was also shown
to be applicable to a system consisting of n quantum particles.