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Remote sensing and control of phase qubits

Published

Author(s)

Dale Li, Fabio C. Da Silva, Danielle Braje, Raymond W. Simmonds, David P. Pappas

Abstract

We demonstrate a remote sensing design of phase qubits by separating the control and readout circuits from the qubit loop. This design improves measurement reliability because the control readout chip can be fabricated using more robust materials and can be reused to test different qubit chips. Typical qubit measurements such as Rabi oscillations, spectroscopy, and excited-state energy relaxation are presented.
Citation
Applied Physics Letters
Volume
97

Keywords

qubit, phase qubit, quantum information, quantum computing, flip-chip, inductive coupling, self- alignment, spectroscopy, Rabi, T1

Citation

Li, D. , Da, F. , Braje, D. , Simmonds, R. and Pappas, D. (2010), Remote sensing and control of phase qubits, Applied Physics Letters (Accessed September 17, 2021)
Created September 10, 2010, Updated February 19, 2017