Pulsed Reset Protocol for Fixed-Frequency Superconducting Qubits

@article{Egger2018PulsedRP,
  title={Pulsed Reset Protocol for Fixed-Frequency Superconducting Qubits},
  author={D. Egger and M. Werninghaus and M. Ganzhorn and G. Salis and Andreas Fuhrer and P. Mueller and S. Filipp},
  journal={Physical review applied},
  year={2018},
  volume={10},
  pages={044030}
}
Improving coherence times of quantum bits is a fundamental challenge in the field of quantum computing. With long-lived qubits it becomes, however, inefficient to wait until the qubits have relaxed to their ground state after completion of an experiment. Moreover, for error-correction schemes it is import to rapidly re-initialize ancilla parity-check qubits. We present a simple pulsed qubit reset protocol based on a two-pulse sequence. A first pulse transfers the excited state population to a… Expand
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