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Measuring a Quantum Dot with an Impedance-Matching On-Chip Superconducting LC Resonator at Gigahertz Frequencies
- Measuring a Quantum Dot with an Impedance-Matching On-Chip Superconducting LC Resonator at Gigahertz Frequencies
- Harabula, M. -C.; Hasler, T.; Fueloep, G.; Jung, Min Kyung; Ranjan, V.; Schoenenberger, C.
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- Jung, Min Kyung
- Issue Date
- Physical Review Applied, 8(5)
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- We report on the realization of a bonded-bridge on-chip superconducting coil and its use in impedance matching a highly ohmic quantum dot (QD) to a 3-GHz measurement setup. The coil, modeled as a lumped-element LC resonator, is more compact and has a wider bandwidth than resonators based on coplanar transmission lines (e.g., λ/4 impedance transformers and stub tuners), at potentially better signal-to-noise ratios. Specifically, for measurements of radiation emitted by the device, such as shot noise, the 50×-larger bandwidth reduces the time to acquire the spectral density. The resonance frequency, close to 3.25 GHz, is 3 times higher than that of the one previously reported, a wire-bonded coil. As a proof of principle, we fabricate an LC circuit that achieves impedance matching to an approximately 15-kΩ load and validate it with a load defined by a carbon nanotube QD, whose shot noise we measure in the Coulomb-blockade regime. © 2017 American Physical Society.
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