Shigemasa Matsuo

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We consider the possibility of generating macroscopic entangled states in capacitively coupled phase qubits. First we discuss the operation of phase qubits and the implementation of the basic gate operations in them. We then analyze two possible procedures that can be used to generate n-qubit entangled states, such as the Greenberger–Horne–Zeilinger state(More)
We propose a method for switchable coupling between superconducting qubits using double resonance. The interqubit coupling is achieved by applying near-resonant oscillating fields to the two qubits. The deviation from resonance relaxes the criterion of strong driving fields while still allowing for a fully entangling two-qubit gate. This method avoids some(More)
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