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Manuel Castellanos Beltran (Fed)

Publications

Josephson Microwave Sources Applied to Quantum Information Systems

Author(s)
Adam J. Sirois, Manuel C. Castellanos Beltran, Anna E. Fox, Samuel P. Benz, Peter F. Hopkins
Quantum computers with thousands or millions of qubits will require a scalable solution for qubit control and readout electronics. Colocating these electronics

Cryogenic Calibration of a Quantum-based Radio Frequency Source

Author(s)
Alirio De Jesus Soares Boaventura, Justus A. Brevik, Dylan Williams, Anna E. Fox, Manuel C. Castellanos Beltran, Peter F. Hopkins, Paul D. Dresselhaus, Samuel P. Benz
We report on the calibration of quantum-based radio frequency waveforms generated by a Josephson arbitrary waveform synthesizer system. We measure these

A Cryogenic Quantum-Based RF Source

Author(s)
Justus A. Brevik, Alirio De Jesus Soares Boaventura, Manuel C. Castellanos Beltran, Christine A. Donnelly, Nathan E. Flowers-Jacobs, Anna E. Fox, Peter F. Hopkins, Paul D. Dresselhaus, Dylan Williams, Samuel P. Benz
We performed a preliminary calibrated measurement of the output power of a Josephson arbitrary waveform synthesizer up to 1 GHz. We present the results and

Synaptic weighting in single flux quantum neuromorphic computing

Author(s)
Michael L. Schneider, Christine A. Donnelly, Ian W. Haygood, Alex Wynn, Stephen E. Russek, Manuel C. Castellanos Beltran, Paul D. Dresselhaus, Peter F. Hopkins, Matthew R. Pufall, William H. Rippard
Josephson junctions act as a natural spiking neuron-like device for neuromorphic computing. By leveraging the advances recently demonstrated in digital single

Patents

Superconducting Waveform Synthesizer

NIST Inventors
Samuel P. Benz, Justus Brevik, Manuel Castellanos Beltran, Paul Dresselhaus, Pete Hopkins and
Patent Description NIST has invented a pulse quantizer that uses arrays of one or more Josephson junctions to create a pulse voltage output that is immune to differential pulse timing shifts. When the output pulse patterns are used to encode a waveform, for example, the waveform will be free from
Created August 27, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021