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Wiring Quantum Networks with Mechanical Transducers
A central challenge for realizing large-scale quantum processors is the design and realization of qubit-qubit connectivity. On the one hand, these connections need to be strong enough to enable fast two-qubit gates, while on the other hand, they must be well-confined between modes to avoid extra loss and cross-talk errors. Finally, the scaling to larger systems is greatly simplified if the connections are"detachable" in some way, so that different parts of the processor can be built/tested/replacedindividually. The completed work advanced these competing goals using modular reconfigurablemicrowave networks.
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