Providing controlled pulses for quantum computing


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DATE

2018-10-02T00:00

AUTHORS

David J. Frank

ABSTRACT

A quantum mechanical radio frequency (RF) signaling system includes a transmission line that receives and conducts an RF pulse signal operating at a radio frequency, a first qubit having a quantum mechanical state that is a linear combination of at least two quantum mechanical eigenstates, and a first network of reactive electrical components having an input that is coupled to the transmission line for receiving the RF pulse signal and an output that is coupled to the first qubit. The first network of reactive electrical components attenuates the amplitude of the RF pulse signal and produces a first attenuated RF pulse signal that is applied to the first qubit. The first attenuated RF pulse signal operates at the radio frequency and has a first attenuated amplitude that causes a predefined change in the linear combination of at least two quantum mechanical eigenstates within the first qubit. More... »

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