A quantum repeater node with trapped ions: a realistic case example

@article{Pfister2016AQR,
  title={A quantum repeater node with trapped ions: a realistic case example},
  author={Andreas Pfister and Michael Salz and Max Hettrich and Ulrich G. Poschinger and F. Schmidt-Kaler},
  journal={Applied Physics B},
  year={2016},
  volume={122},
  pages={1-19}
}
  • Andreas Pfister, Michael Salz, +2 authors F. Schmidt-Kaler
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Applied Physics B
  • We evaluate the feasibility of the implementation of two quantum repeater protocols with an existing experimental platform based on a $$^{40}\hbox {Ca}^+$$40Ca+-ion in a segmented microtrap, and a third one that requires small changes to the platform. A fiber cavity serves as an ion–light interface. Its small mode volume allows for a large coupling strength of $$g_c = 2 \pi \times 20$$gc=2π×20 MHz despite comparatively large losses $$\kappa = 2\pi \times 18.3$$κ=2π×18.3 MHz. With a fiber… CONTINUE READING

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