Computational Assessment of Silicon Quantum Gate Based on Detuning Mechanism for Quantum Computing

29 May 2019  ·  Wu Tong, Guo Jing ·

Silicon-based quantum computing has the potential advantages of low cost, high integration density, and compatibility with CMOS technologies. The detuning mechanism has been used to experimentally achieve silicon two-qubit quantum gates and programmable quantum processors... In this paper, the scaling behaviors and variability issues are explored by numerical device simulations of a model silicon quantum gate based on the detuning mechanism. The device physics of quantum gates modulation, tradeoff between device speed and quantum fidelity, and impact of variability on the implementation of a quantum algorithm are examined. The results indicate the attractive potential to achieve high speed and fidelity silicon quantum gates with a low operation voltage. To scale up, reducing the device variability and mitigating the variability effect are identified to be indispensable for reliable implementing a quantum computing algorithm with the silicon quantum gates based on the detuning mechanism. A scheme to use the control electronics for mitigating the variability of quantum gates is proposed. read more

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Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics