The effect of RF distribution on the implementation of quantum CN gate in an Ising spin chain


We consider the dynamics of an Ising spin quantum computer with a radio frequency (RF) pulse distribution. The effect of the frequency spread decreases the resonant transition probability and increases thenear-resonant transition probability. Also, we apply the 2πk method to suppress the near-resonant transition. However, it has an unwanted effect on the probability of the resonant transition. It turns out that the desirable result can be obtained if we use the lowest possible value of k.