## Monday, December 19, 2005 ... //

### Blogs against decoherence

If you're interested in a blog whose main enemy is decoherence - because they want to construct a quantum computer - see

Everything new you need to know about the realization of quantum bits.

#### snail feedback (3) :

reader PlatoHagel said...

I am not sure why you would say they are the enemy of decoherence?

I tried to follow up on this to understand.

Can you go into more detail to help explain your statement ?

reader Christopher Altman said...

" Retaining quantum coherence is a central requirement in quantum information processing. Solid-state qubits, including superconducting ones, couple to environmental degrees of freedom that potentially lead to dephasing. This dephasing is commonly associated with low-frequency noise, though higher-frequency resonant modes are harmful as well. "

reader PlatoHagel said...

thank you

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