Mode-Manipulated Multimode Cavity for Quantum Memory

In this article, a quasi-elliptical geometry and the iris technique are applied to a multimode cavity to manipulate the resonant mode in the desired direction for quantum memories. By applying quasi-elliptical geometry, the characteristics of monotonically increasing, equally spaced, and monotonically decreasing frequency intervals between the modes are realized. To manipulate a certain mode, an […]

Voltage-Tunable Superconducting Resonators: A Platform for Random Access Quantum Memory

In computing architectures, one important factor is the tradeoff between the need to couple bits of information (quantum or classical) to each other and to an external drive and the need to isolate them well enough in order to protect the information for an extended period of time. In the case of superconducting quantum circuits, […]