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Optimizing a Phase Gate Using Quantum Interference

Published

Author(s)

E Charron, Eite Tiesinga, F H. Mies, Carl J. Williams

Abstract

A controlled interference is proposed to reduce, by two orders of magnitude, the decoherence of a quantum gate for which the gate fidelity is limited by coupling to states other than the |0> and |1> qubit states. This phenomenon is demonstrated in an ultracold neutral atom implementation of a phase gate using qubits based on motional states in individual wells of an optical lattice.
Citation
Physical Review Letters
Volume
88
Issue
No. 7

Keywords

decoherence, optical lattices, quantum computing, ultra-cold atoms

Citation

Charron, E. , Tiesinga, E. , Mies, F. and Williams, C. (2002), Optimizing a Phase Gate Using Quantum Interference, Physical Review Letters (Accessed April 13, 2024)
Created January 31, 2002, Updated October 12, 2021