CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Title:
Nanoscale broadband transmission lines for spin qubit control
Author(s):
J P Dehollain, J J Pla, E Siew, K Y Tan, A S Dzurak, A Morello
Source:
Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, School of Electrical Engineering
Vol./Issue/Date:
Volume: 24, Issue: 1, 11 October 2012
Year:
2013
Page(s):
1-11
Keywords:
Nanoscale broadband transmission lines
Abstract:
The intense interest in spin-based quantum information processing has caused an increasing overlap between the two traditionally distinct disciplines of magnetic resonance and nanotechnology. In this work we discuss rigorous design guidelines to integrate microwave circuits with charge-sensitive nanostructures, and describe how to simulate such structures accurately and efficiently. We present a new design for an on-chip, broadband, nanoscale microwave line that optimizes the magnetic field used to drive a spin-based quantum bit (or qubit) while minimizing the disturbance to a nearby charge sensor. This new structure was successfully employed in a single-spin qubit experiment, and shows that the simulations accurately predict the magnetic field values even at frequencies as high as 30 GHz. (Some figures may appear in colour only in the online journal)
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