Quantum Control and Sensing of Nuclear Spins by Electron Spins under Power Limitations

Nati Aharon, Ilai Schwartz, Alex Retzker

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Abstract

State of the art quantum sensing experiments targeting frequency measurements or frequency addressing of nuclear spins require one to drive the probe system at the targeted frequency. In addition, there is a substantial advantage to performing these experiments in the regime of high magnetic fields, in which the Larmor frequency of the measured spins is large. In this scenario we are confronted with a natural challenge of controlling a target system with a very high frequency when the probe system cannot be set to resonance with the target frequency. In this contribution we present a set of protocols that are capable of confronting this challenge, even at large frequency mismatches between the probe system and the target system, both for polarization and for quantum sensing.

Original languageAmerican English
Article number120403
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Volume122
Issue number12
DOIs
StatePublished - 29 Mar 2019

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