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Efficient generation of dynamic pulses

on September 8, 2021 at 7:13 am by andrea
Echo sequence
Solid state qubits are typically characterized and operated by a series of very short pulses. To achieve a high-fidelity control, it is necessary to generate many sequences of them, with very accurate timing. In this blog post, I will show […]

Practical active qubit reset

on March 5, 2021 at 3:48 pm by andrea
Practical active qubit reset When working with qubits, it’s essential to have a reliable state preparation. The easiest method for superconductive qubits is to passively wait for the qubit to decay into its ground state, but it’s slow and has […]

Control Your Measurements With QCoDeS and Labber

on May 24, 2020 at 7:08 pm by andrea
With this blog post, we introduce a new high-level Python programming interface for Zurich Instruments devices: the Zurich Instruments Toolkit. It is the basis of our new support for QCoDeS and Labber measurement frameworks. A modern experiment can nowadays be a […]