3 years ago

All-Microwave Control and Dispersive Readout of Gate-Defined Quantum Dot Qubits in Circuit Quantum Electrodynamics.

C. Reichl, A. Wallraff, T. Ihn, M. C. Collodo, S. Gasparinetti, W. Wegscheider, J. V. Koski, A. Stockklauser, K. Ensslin, D. J. van Woerkom, P. Scarlino

Developing fast and accurate control and readout techniques is an important challenge in quantum information processing with semiconductor qubits. Here, we study the dynamics and the coherence properties of a GaAs/AlGaAs double quantum dot (DQD) charge qubit strongly coupled to a high-impedance SQUID array resonator. We drive qubit transitions with synthesized microwave pulses and perform qubit readout through the state dependent frequency shift imparted by the qubit on the dispersively coupled resonator. We perform Rabi oscillation, Ramsey fringe, energy relaxation and Hahn-echo measurements and find significantly reduced decoherence rates down to $\gamma_2/2\pi\sim 3\,\rm{MHz}$ corresponding to coherence times of up to $T_2 \sim 50 \, \rm{ns}$ for charge states in gate defined quantum dot qubits.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1711.01906

DOI: arXiv:1711.01906v1

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