In one embodiment, the third Josephson junction has a Josephson energy relatively larger than a Josephson energy of the first and second Josephson junctions.
A readout circuit comprises a readout Josephson junction (105) which is inserted in the superconducting loop, with Josephson energy which is at lest 50 times greater than the Josephson energy of each of the first and second Josephson junctions (101, 102).
In one embodiment, the phase quantum bit may comprise a Josephson junction and a distributed element coupled to the Josephson junction.
A first Josephson junction and a second Josephson junction are connected to the first input gate and the second input gate, respectively.
Each branch has a Josephson junction JJ1, JJ2.
The invention relates to an electronic component with a Josephson junction and to a production method.
The invention relates to a SQUID with a plurality of SQUID loops containing at least one common Josephson contact which act as a gradiometer and to a flux-focusing structure of superconducting material.
The component comprises a SQUID in the form of a structured superconductive layer with a SQUID loop containing a Josephson junction.
A Josephson junction (68) is formed across the gap near the open area to interrupt the electrical continuity of the SQUID loop.
A coupling system may include first and second magnetic flux inductors communicatively coupled to a josephson junction of an rf squid. the coupling system may allow transverse coupling between qubits.
Superconducting single flux quantum circuits are disclosed herein, each having at least one Josephson junction which will flip when the current through it exceeds a critical current.
The Josephson junction triggers in response to the incoming SFQ pulse and regenerates a pulse signal in response to a power discharge from the secondary winding.
A shaped Josephson junction is fabricated with junction widths between about 0.1 νm and about 1 νm and an inner diameter ranging between about 1 νm and about 1000 νm.
The invention relates to a Josephson junction superconducting quantum bit device having a charge as a first main degree of freedom assigned to writing and a phase as a second main degree of freedom assigned to reading.