Physics3, 80 (2010) – Published September 27, 2010
Ensembles of dilute spin impurities in condensed matter systems can be accessed using microelectronic circuits and therefore may offer a way for long-term storage and enhanced processing of quantum information.
Phys. Rev. Focus25, 7 (2010) – Published February 26, 2010
The turbulent atmosphere is better than an equivalent glass fiber when it comes to preserving quantum information in long-distance light signals, according to a new analysis. For brief moments, light can propagate relatively undisturbed.