Coherent control of microwave pulse storage in superconducting circuits.

@article{Leung2012CoherentCO,
  title={Coherent control of microwave pulse storage in superconducting circuits.},
  author={Patrick M. Leung and Barry C. Sanders},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={109 25},
  pages={
          253603
        }
}
Coherent pulse control for quantum memory is viable in the optical domain but nascent in microwave quantum circuits. We show how to realize coherent storage and on-demand pulse retrieval entirely within a superconducting circuit by exploiting and extending existing electromagnetically induced transparency technology in superconducting quantum circuits. Our scheme employs a linear array of superconducting artificial atoms coupled to a microwave transmission line. 

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