April 16, 2020 • 2:00 PM EST
A quantum experiment is difficult. Many factors interfere with obtaining accurate results, including noise, interference, individual qubit behavior and the effects multiple qubits can have on each other. Controlling the qubit state, its entanglement and ensuring controlled and stable measurement requires the precise application of electromagnetic waves.
This seminar covers microwave control systems, which include methods of synthesis, pulse shaping and modulation techniques used in both semiconductor and photon based qubits. We will also cover analog signal generation techniques common in many systems today, plus direct to microwave digital signal generation and measurement based on new DAC and ADC technology.
- Understanding RF and Microwave signal concepts.
- Trade-offs in frequency synthesis technique.
- What types of modulation techniques to use for the best measurement stability
- Latest advances in real time feedback and control
Who Should Attend:
Experimental Quantum Physicists who are curious to learn more about various RF/Microwave techniques - and how they could be used not only to enhance their current results, but also provide them with key knowledge that may help in defining the architecture for next generation of quantum systems.
Attendance is free. To access the event please register.
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