CPW Resonator for Circuit Quantum Electrodynamics
Application ID: 100581
Developments in the last decade have made circuit quantum electrodynamics (cQED) the leading architecture for quantum computation. cQED is the solid-state version of cavity QED, which studies the basic light-matter interactions at the quantum level. This model examines one of the main component of cQEDs, transmission-line resonators. This resonator can be built from CPW transmission lines terminated with a combination of open and short ends. Open-short ends form nodes or antinodes at the end of the CPW which results in standing wave patterns within the transmission line and the transmission line serves as a resonator.
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