Feedback at GHz Frequencies?
The wait is over: the world’s first microwave lock-in amplifiers with PID controllers & PLLs.
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User Meeting 2024
Join our QT User Meeting to meet with others in our vibrant community! Discuss your latest scientific experiments and get inspired on January 18th.
Entangling Logical Qubits
We’re proud to build the control system for the next milestone in fault-tolerant quantum computing.
Under the IARPA ELQ program, we join leaders in academia and industry to scale error correction technology.
DLTS User Meeting 2023
Join the community, share and learn best practices, and discuss latest developments at the third DLTS User Meeting on December 6th, 2023.
QHub Quantum System Hub
Progress toward quantum advantage with our new solution to scale up your quantum computing control stack.
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“ The Zurich Instruments QCCS made it possible to set up and start the measurement of qubits very quickly. In particular, the generation of precise high-frequency signals using double-superheterodyne frequency conversion significantly reduced the calibration burden in the qubit readout and control measurement setup. ”
“ We implemented a characterization method based on asynchronous optical sampling, where the UHFLI Lock-in Amplifier from Zurich Instruments plays an important role. With this technique, we can unravel the intrinsic temporal response of the developed photodetectors in the range of pico- to nanoseconds. ”
“ We use Zurich Instruments' equipment for low-noise and high-resolution control signal generation and for readout with FPGA-based fast signal processing. If we had to build control electronics on a large scale with similar characteristics, that would distract us from our core research activities. ”