Noise-compensating pulses for electrostatically controlled silicon spin qubits

@article{Wang2014NoisecompensatingPF,
  title={Noise-compensating pulses for electrostatically controlled silicon spin qubits},
  author={Xin Wang and Fernando A. Calderon-Vargas and Muhed S. Rana and Jason P. Kestner and Edwin Barnes and Sankar Das Sarma},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={155306}
}
We study the performance of SUPCODE---a family of dynamically correcting pulses designed to cancel simultaneously both Overhauser and charge noise for singlet-triplet spin qubits---adapted to silicon devices with electrostatic control. We consider both natural Si and isotope-enriched Si systems, and in each case we investigate the behavior of individual gates under static noise and perform randomized benchmarking to obtain the average gate error under realistic 1/f noise. We find that in most… 

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