ELVA-1 announced that 71-76 GHz Frequency Synthesizer for ODMR Spectrometer has been designed and shipped to customer institution.
This device called “71-76 GHz Frequency Synthesizer” is used in a scientific instrument called an “ODMR Spectrometer”. The synthesizer generates high-frequency electromagnetic radiation in the millimeter wave range (MMW) with a power level of 20 dBm (decibel-milliwatts). It is controlled by a computer and has a digital LCD display.
The ODMR Spectrometer is used to study the behaviour of magnetic nanostructures such as quantum dots and quantum wells, using a technique called “optically detected magnetic resonance” (ODMR). This technique involves shining light on the nanostructure and measuring the changes in its magnetic properties as it absorbs and emits light. By studying these changes, scientists hope to better understand the behavior of these structures and use them to create memory elements for next-generation quantum computers.
Overall, 71-76 GHz Frequency Synthesizer is the specific device used in a larger scientific endeavour to study and develop advanced technologies for quantum computing.
Electron spin (English synonym of Rotation) determines the angle at which and in what direction an electron rotates. Spin can be in one of two possible states (+1/2 or -1/2) and could be considered as core information bit, thus can therefore be used in various machine logic devices. These quantum bits of information are known as qubits. In quantum computing, a qubit (/ˈkjuːbɪt/) or quantum bit is a unit of quantum information—the quantum analogue of the classical bit. In recent years, on the basis of qubits there was created a new direction in science and technology — spin electronics or spintronics.
The synthesizer has a built-in keyboard for direct input of the output frequency settings on the front panel. It is also equipped with a 2-line LCD display, which displays information about the frequency and other signal parameters. Built-in USB-HID interface allows remote computer-aided device control.