Swedish researchers developed a novel thermometer capable of fast measurement of temperatures with exceptional accuracy using quantum calculations.
The device, made at the Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, is set to offer a reliable, accurate benchmark for quantum thermodynamics experiments. Such quantum computers include coaxial cables and waveguides that link the quantum processor with the rest of the controlling electronics components. Its microwave pulses pass through the waveguide onto the quantum processor while being cooled down to very low temperatures on its path. The waveguide would filter and reduce the force of the pulses, allowing the quantum computer to thrive in stable quantum states.
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