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Designing High-Fidelity Zeno Gates for Dissipative Cat Qubits


Bosonic cat qubits stabilized with a driven two-photon dissipation are systems with exponentially biased noise, opening the door to low-overhead, fault-tolerant and universal quantum computing. However, current gate proposals for such qubits induce substantial noise of the unprotected type, whose poor scaling with the relevant experimental parameters limits their practical use. In this work, we provide a new perspective on dissipative cat qubits by reconsidering the reservoir mode used to engineer the tailored two-photon dissipation, and show how it can be leveraged to mitigate gate-induced errors. Doing so, we introduce four new designs of high-fidelity and bias-preserving cat qubit gates, and compare them to the prevalent gate methods. These four designs should give a broad overview of gate engineering for dissipative systems with different and complementary ideas. In particular, we propose both already achievable low-error gate designs and longer-term implementations.

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hal-04378911 , version 1 (08-01-2024)




Ronan Gautier, Mazyar Mirrahimi, Alain Sarlette. Designing High-Fidelity Zeno Gates for Dissipative Cat Qubits. PRX Quantum, 2023, 4 (4), pp.040316. ⟨10.1103/PRXQuantum.4.040316⟩. ⟨hal-04378911⟩
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