Microwave pulses and magnetic fields coaxed the two electrons serving as qubits
A key advantage of the UNSW approach is that they have reconfigured the 'transistors' that are used to define the bits in existing silicon chips, and turned them into qubits
IBM's novel and complex quantum bit circuit, based on a square lattice of four superconducting qubits
on a chip roughly one-quarter-inch square, enables both types of quantum errors to be detected at the same time.
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B and C measure each qubit
in the Z basis or X basis according to the corresponding bit value of m.
This algorithm was also proven to work in a laboratory, this time in UC Santa Barbara in 2012 using a diamond chip's impurities to maintain four qubits
A working quantum computer capable of manipulating 30 qubits
A quantum computer would consist of many qubit
gates with entangled states.
Their states are corresponded to entangled states of each qubit
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Another category of QSDC is protocols with transfer qubit
by blocks that have unconditional security, but these need a large quantum memory that is outside the capabilities of modern technologies today.
z] ([theta]) operation to the target qubit
if the measurement outcomes on the control qubits
are both 0.
Based on their experiments, the material could enable 500 operations in 10 microseconds before losing its ability to retain information, making it a good candidate for a qubit