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Nonlinear losses in magnon transport due to four-magnon scattering

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T. Hula, K. Schultheiss, A. Budzakov, L. Korber, M. Bejarano, L. Flacke, L. Liensberger, M. Weiler, Justin M. Shaw, Hans T. Nembach, J. Fassbender, H. Schultheiss
We report on the impact of nonlinear four-magnon scattering on magnon transport in microstructured Co25Fe75 waveguides with low magnetic damping. We determine

Overlap junctions for superconducting quantum electronics and amplifiers

Author(s)
Mustafa Bal, Junling Long, Ruichen Zhao, Haozhi Wang, Sungoh Park, Corey Rae H. McRae, Tongyu Zhao, Russell Lake, Daniil Frolov, Roman Pilipenko, Silvia Zorzetti, Alexander Romanenko, David P. Pappas
Due to their unique properties as lossless, nonlinear circuit elements, Josephson junctions lie at the heart of superconducting quantum information processing

Amplitude and frequency sensing of microwave fields with a superconducting transmon qudit

Author(s)
Maximilian Kristen, Andre Schneider, Alexander Stehli, Tim Wolz, Sergey Danilin, Hsiang S. Ku, Junling Long, Xian Wu, Russell Lake, David P. Pappas, Alexey V. Ustinov, Martin Weides
Experiments with superconducting circuits require careful calibration of the applied pulses and fields over a large frequency range. This remains an ongoing
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