Posts in Category UHFQA

Randomized benchmarking in seconds

on 20.05.2021 at 11:37 by clemens on Blog of Clemens Müller
Randomized benchmarking (RB) is a widely used tool in quantum information science to determine qubit fidelity and to characterize individual qubit gates. It is also an excellent example of a quantum experiment with advanced requirements on the control hardware and […]

Practical active qubit reset

on 05.03.2021 at 15:48 by andrea on Blog of Andrea Corna
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 […]

Automating IQ mixer calibration on the HDIQ

on 03.02.2021 at 22:43 by Chunyan Shi on Blog of Chunyan
As a crucial step in the bring-up of superconducting experiments, IQ mixer calibration normally requires multiple instruments from different parties and manual cabling work. This blog post describes how to use the Zurich Instruments HDIQ, HDAWG and UHFQA (or other […]

How to Use Zurich Instruments UHFQA for Multiplexed Readout of Superconducting Qubits

on 15.01.2020 at 14:02 by max on Blog of Max Ruckriegel
Frequency-multiplexed readout of qubits is at the heart of superconducting quantum processors and an essential step for scalable architectures. The UHFQA Quantum Analyzer is specifically tailored for this challenge and brings the latest technology to work in your lab – […]

How to Generate QAM Signaling with the HDAWG Arbitrary Waveform Generator

on 25.11.2019 at 12:24 by Mehdi on Blog of Mehdi Alem
Introduction  Digital modulation is extensively used in telecommunications, radar systems and quantum technologies. Corresponding to every analog modulation technique, i.e. amplitude modulation (AM), phase modulation (PM) and frequency modulation (FM), there is a digital version of signal modulation: amplitude-shift keying […]

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