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The UHFQA Quantum Analyzer from Zurich Instruments AG is designed for multiqubit readout in ambitious quantum computing projects.

The UHFQA measures the state of 10 qubits simultaneously with state-of-the-art speed, fidelity, and innovative signal crosstalk suppression techniques. In dual-sideband operation, a frequency span up to 1.2 GHz is covered. The UHFQA consists of a dual-channel 14-bit arbitrary waveform generator and a dual-channel signal acquisition and analysis unit, both running at a 1.8 GSa/s rate. The analysis unit contains 10 configurable digital filters, each 4 kSamples long, allowing for precise matching to a given qubit transient response.

The UHFQA comes with LabOne software for configuration and measurement. APIs for Python, LabVIEW, MATLAB, and .NET support rapid integration into specialized software environments like QuCoDeS. The UHFQA is used in demanding quantum computing applications with superconducting and spin qubits.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2019

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