Suppression of spin-bath dynamics for improved coherence of multi-spin-qubit systems
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CitationBar-Gill, N., L.M. Pham, C. Belthangady, D. Le Sage, P. Cappellaro, J.R. Maze, M.D. Lukin, A. Yacoby, and R. Walsworth. 2012. “Suppression of Spin-Bath Dynamics for Improved Coherence of Multi-Spin-Qubit Systems.” Nature Communications 3 (May 22): 858. doi:10.1038/ncomms1856.
AbstractMulti-qubit systems are crucial for the advancement and application of quantum science. Such systems require maintaining long coherence times while increasing the number of qubits available for coherent manipulation. For solid-state spin systems, qubit coherence is closely related to fundamental questions of many-body spin dynamics. Here we apply a coherent spectroscopic technique to characterize the dynamics of the composite solid-state spin environment of nitrogen-vacancy colour centres in room temperature diamond. We identify a possible new mechanism in diamond for suppression of electronic spin-bath dynamics in the presence of a nuclear spin bath of sufficient concentration. This suppression enhances the efficacy of dynamical decoupling techniques, resulting in increased coherence times for multi-spin-qubit systems, thus paving the way for applications in quantum information, sensing and metrology.
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