Multibit CkNOT quantum gates via Rydberg blockade

  title={Multibit CkNOT quantum gates via Rydberg blockade},
  author={L. Isenhower and M. Saffman and K. M{\o}lmer},
  journal={Quantum Information Processing},
  • L. Isenhower, M. Saffman, K. Mølmer
  • Published 2011
  • Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics
  • Quantum Information Processing
  • Long range Rydberg blockade interactions have the potential for efficient implementation of quantum gates between multiple atoms. Here we present and analyze a protocol for implementation of a k-atom controlled NOT (CkNOT) neutral atom gate. This gate can be implemented using sequential or simultaneous addressing of the control atoms which requires only 2k + 3 or 5 Rydberg π pulses respectively. A detailed error analysis relevant for implementations based on alkali atom Rydberg states is… CONTINUE READING

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