Published: February 07, 2018
David P. Pappas, Xian Wu, Nicholas T. Bronn, Salvatore B. Olivadese, Vivekananda P. Adiga, Jerry M. Chow
Wedemonstrate a pogo pin package for a superconducting quantum processor specifically designed with a nontrivial layout topology (e.g., a center qubit that cannot be accessed from the sides of the chip). Two experiments on two nominally identical superconducting quantum processors in pogo packages, which use commercially available parts and require modest machining tolerances, are performed at low temperature (10mK) in a dilution refrigerator and both found to behave comparably to processors in standard planar packages with wirebonds where control and readout signals come in from the edges. Single- and two-qubit gate errors are also characterized via randomized benchmarking, exhibiting similar error rates as in standard packages, opening the possibility of integrating pogo pin packaging with extensible qubit architectures.
Citation: Quantum Science and Technology
Pub Type: Journals
Quantum Computing, Quantum Error Correction, Superconducting Circuits, Pogo Pins, Microwave Interconnects, Extensible Qubit Architecture, Qubit Coherence, Socket, Packaging
Created February 07, 2018, Updated November 10, 2018