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UNSW-Harvard-Cambridge Partnership in Semiconductor Nanostructures for Quantum Computing and Quantum Science

Title
UNSW-Harvard-Cambridge Partnership in Semiconductor Nanostructures for Quantum Computing and Quantum Science
Funding
ARC | Linkage International
Contract (GA) number
LX0669069
Start Date
2006/01/01
End Date
2007/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LX0669069

 

  • Single Shot Charge Detection Using A Radio-Frequency Quantum Point Contact

    Cassidy, M. C.; Dzurak, A. S.; Clark, R. G.; Petersson, K. D.; Farrer, I.; Ritchie, D. A.; Smith, C. G. (2009)
    Projects: ARC | UNSW-Harvard-Cambridge Partnership in Semiconductor Nanostructures for Quantum Computing and Quantum Science (LX0669069)
    We report on charge sensing measurements of a GaAs semiconductor quantum dot device using a radio frequency quantum point contact (rf-QPC). The rf-QPC is fully characterized at 4 K and milli-Kelvin temperatures and found to have a bandwidth exceeding 20 MHz. For single-shot charge sensing we achieve a charge sensitivity of 2x10^-4 e/(sqrt)Hz referred to the neighboring dot's charge. The rf-QPC compares favorably with rf-SET electrometers and promises to be an extremely useful tool for charact...
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