|Title||Measurements of Decoherence in Three dc SQUID Phase Qubits|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Authors||H. Paik, B. K. Cooper, S. K. Dutta, R. M. Lewis, R. C. Ramos, T. A. Palomaki, A. J. Przybysz, A. J. Dragt, J. R. Anderson, C. J. Lobb, and F. C. Wellstood|
|Journal||IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity|
|Keywords||2007, Multiple Fellows|
We report measurements of spectroscopic linewidth and Rabi oscillations in three thin-film dc SQUID phase qubits. One device had a 6-turn Nb loop, the second had a single-turn Al loop, and the third was a first order gradiometer formed from 6-turn wound and counter-wound Nb coils to provide isolation from spatially uniform flux noise. In the 6-7.2 GHz range, the spectroscopic coherence times for the gradiometer varied from 4 ns to 8 ns, about the same as for the other devices (4 to 10 ns). The time constant for decay of Rabi oscillations was significantly longer in the single-turn Al device (20 to 30 ns) than either of the Nb devices (10 to 15 ns). These results imply that spatially uniform flux noise is not the main source of decoherence or inhomogeneous broadening in these devices.
Measurements of Decoherence in Three dc SQUID Phase Qubits
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