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Paul Dresselhaus (Fed)

Publications

Measurement Challenges for Scaling Superconductor-based Quantum Computers

Author(s)
Pete Hopkins, Manuel Castellanos Beltran, John Biesecker, Paul Dresselhaus, Anna Fox, Logan Howe, David Olaya, Adam Sirois, Dylan Williams, Samuel P. Benz, Alirio De Jesus Soares Boaventura, Justus Brevik
Global investment in the research and development of quantum information systems by industry, government, and academic institutions continues to accelerate and

Cryogenic Calibration of a Quantum-based Radio Frequency Source

Author(s)
Alirio De Jesus Soares Boaventura, Justus Brevik, Dylan Williams, Anna Fox, Manuel Castellanos Beltran, Pete Hopkins, Paul 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

Patents

Multiple Output-tap Josephson Voltage Standard

NIST Inventors
Samuel P. Benz , Paul Dresselhaus , Alain Rufenacht , Nathan Flowers-Jacobs and Anna Fox
patent description The invention is a method for producing multiple voltage outputs simultaneously with single or multiple Josephson voltage circuits implemented in a single cryogenic system. The output voltages can be of fixed ratio, independently programmable, or frequency/phase locked for ac

Superconducting Waveform Synthesizer

NIST Inventors
Samuel P. Benz , Manuel Castellanos Beltran , Paul Dresselhaus and Pete Hopkins
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 September 24, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022