On-chip coherent microwave-to-optical transduction mediated by ytterbium in YVO4

@article{Bartholomew2020OnchipCM,
  title={On-chip coherent microwave-to-optical transduction mediated by ytterbium in YVO4},
  author={J. Bartholomew and Jake Rochman and Tian Xie and Jonathan M. Kindem and Andrei Ruskuc and I. Craiciu and Mi Lei and A. Faraon},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2020},
  volume={11}
}
Optical networks that distribute entanglement among various quantum systems will form a powerful framework for quantum science but are yet to interface with leading quantum hardware such as superconducting qubits. Consequently, these systems remain isolated because microwave links at room temperature are noisy and lossy. Building long distance connectivity requires interfaces that map quantum information between microwave and optical fields. While preliminary microwave-to-optical transducers… Expand
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