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Publication Citation: Individual Ion Addressing with Microwave Field Gradients

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Author(s): Ulrich J. Warring; C. Ospelkaus; Yves Colombe; Robert Jordens; Dietrich G. Leibfried; David J. Wineland;
Title: Individual Ion Addressing with Microwave Field Gradients
Published: April 26, 2013
Abstract: Individual-qubit addressing is a prerequisite for many instances of quantum information processing. We present this capability on trapped ions with microwave near-fields delivered by electrode structures integrated into a microfabricated surface-electrode trap. We describe four approaches which may be used in quantum information experiments with hyperfine levels as qubits. Here, we implement the individual control on two 25Mg+ ions separated by 4.3 μm and find an isolation between the two qubits that yields "crosstalk" errors on the order of 10−3.
Citation: Physical Review A
Volume: 110
Pages: pp. 173002-1 - 173002-5
Keywords: ion cooling,ion trapping,mechanical effects of light on ions,quantum computation architectures and implementations,Zeeman and Stark effects
Research Areas: Physics
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