Tiny Laser Pushes Quantum Computing Forward

January 18, 2015 7:27 PM

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Contracting the scale of semiconductor constituents to help construct compelling quantum-computing frameworks has turned out to be a genuine frown-cause for researchers. Nonetheless, researchers at Princeton University have concocted a gadget that they think could be a significant evolution for the tech.

Jason Petta, associate physics professor who drove the study reported that analysts had made the smallest laser conceivable fueled by single electrons that tunnel through quantum specks. The rice grain-sized gadget, nicknamed a “maser”, is an infinitesimal microwave laser that shows how light and dy...

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