Modeling Three and Four Coupled Phase Qubits

@article{Thrailkill2009ModelingTA,
  title={Modeling Three and Four Coupled Phase Qubits},
  author={Z. E. Thrailkill and S. T. Kennerly and R C Ramos},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={968-972}
}
The Josephson junction phase qubit has been shown to be a viable candidate for quantum computation. In recent years, the two coupled phase system has been extensively studied theoretically and experimentally. We have analysed the quantum behavior of three and four capacitively-coupled phase qubits with different possible configurations, using a two-level system model. Energy levels and eigenstates have been calculated as a function of bias current and detuning. The properties of these simple… CONTINUE READING

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