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Australian scientists have created their version of a quantum computer
The qubit is the unit of information in a quantum computer – in which is used a physical phenomenon called superposition, qubits seem to exist simultaneously in two quantum States. In theory, this allows computers to do calculations much faster than ordinary computers, because of the possibility of parallel computations. The problem with qubits is that they are pretty unstable, which makes difficult to capture and store information. At this stage, the team of researchers from the University of New South Wales in Australia have found a way to tame qubits. Scientists have been able to keep a stable qubit ten times longer than usual.
"We have created a new quantum bit, in which the electron spin is driven by a strong magnetic field," says Arne Lawh in an official statement.
"This quantum bit is much more long-living, and this will allow you to build more reliable quantum computers," Arne suggests, It.
A prisoner in the electromagnetic field, the qubits can store information for a very long time, longer than usual. The longer may be the information stored, the more powerful is the computer. Scientists have created a new qubits with the usual spin of an electron, me the polarity of the magnetic field can be expanded spin in one direction or another. Change the frequency field affects the electron spin,everything seems similar to how sound travels in the normal receiver path modulation and detection.
A new study may make quantum computers more realistic and accessible to a wide audience. Intel and Google are already working to create their own quantum computers and will probably be able to use such new technologies in their practices.
The “Dressed Qubit” - breakthrough in quantum state stability