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Title: Quantum logic between remote quantum registers
Author: Yao, Norman Ying; Gong, Z.-X; Laumann, C; Bennett, Steven; Duan, L.-M.; Lukin, Mikhail D.; Jiang, L.; Gorshkov, A.V.

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Citation: Yao, N., Z.-X. Gong, C. Laumann, S. Bennett, L.-M. Duan, M. Lukin, L. Jiang, and A. Gorshkov. 2013. “Quantum Logic Between Remote Quantum Registers.” Physical Review A 87 (2) (February).
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Abstract: We consider two approaches to dark-spin-mediated quantum computing in hybrid solid-state spin architectures. First, we review the notion of eigenmode-mediated unpolarized spin-chain state transfer and extend the analysis to various experimentally relevant imperfections: quenched disorder, dynamical decoherence, and uncompensated long-range coupling. In finite-length chains, the interplay between disorder-induced localization and decoherence yields a natural optimal channel fidelity, which we calculate. Long-range dipolar couplings induce a finite intrinsic lifetime for the mediating eigenmode; extensive numerical simulations of dipolar chains of lengths up to L=12 show remarkably high fidelity despite these decay processes. We further briefly consider the extension of the protocol to bosonic systems of coupled oscillators. Second, we introduce a quantum mirror based architecture for universal quantum computing that exploits all of the dark spins in the system as potential qubits. While this dramatically increases the number of qubits available, the composite operations required to manipulate dark-spin qubits significantly raise the error threshold for robust operation. Finally, we demonstrate that eigenmode-mediated state transfer can enable robust long-range logic between spatially separated nitrogen-vacancy registers in diamond; disorder-averaged numerics confirm that high-fidelity gates are achievable even in the presence of moderate disorder.
Published Version: doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.110.067601
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