Programmable interference between two microwave quantum memories

@article{Gao2018ProgrammableIB,
  title={Programmable interference between two microwave quantum memories},
  author={Yvonne Y Gao and Brian J. Lester and Yaxing Zhang and Changcheng Wang and Serge Rosenblum and Luigi Frunzio and Liang Jiang and Steven M. Girvin and Robert J. Schoelkopf},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2018}
}
Interference experiments provide a simple yet powerful tool to unravel fundamental features of quantum physics. Here we engineer an RF-driven, time-dependent bilinear coupling that can be tuned to implement a robust 50:50 beamsplitter between stationary states stored in two superconducting cavities in a three-dimensional architecture. With this, we realize high contrast Hong-Ou- Mandel (HOM) interference between two spectrally-detuned stationary modes. We demonstrate that this coupling provides… Expand
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