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Five Tips to Boost Your Qubit Measurements


When operating qubits, speed and high system utilization are key to achieving rapid progress. In this blog post, you’ll find a collection of five important tips to optimize the throughput of your Zurich Instruments Quantum Computing Control System (QCCS) and perform measurements faster than ever!

Hands-on Superconducting Qubit Characterization


This blog post accompanies the webinar "Superconducting Qubit Characterization" which introduced the basic physics of transmon qubits as well as the tools and methods required to tune them up. The webinar included a live Q&A session, but due to time constraints, not all of the viewers' questions could be answered...

Mass Sensing – An Overview


Mass Sensing

Mass sensing applications range from metrology to the smallest amount of particles detection, for a better understanding of chemical analysis. Various measurement strategies and engineering breakthroughs are required to reach the ultimate resolution of a single proton mass. These relentless efforts of our customers are reviewed in this blog post digest.

Synchronizing Multiple AWG Channels


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Does your application require multiple AWG channels with precise and stable timing synchronization? In this blog post, we will show how to achieve this with the HDAWG Arbitrary Waveform Generator for setup sizes ranging from few channels up to 144. We demonstrate 3 methods suitable for different use cases.

Understanding the Sweep Duration in the LabOne Sweeper Module


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A fast sweep capability is often desired by researchers working on fast physical phenomena or short-lived samples, and may also be beneficial purely from a time-saving perspective. This blog post will elucidate the factors on which the sweep rate depends and guide you along several possible ways to make the...

How to Choose the Optimal Demodulator Data Transfer Rate


Setting the data transfer rate in the UHFLI Lock-in Amplifier

The most beautiful measurement data is useless if it cannot be saved and analyzed. Choosing the data transfer rate from the instrument to the host computer wisely is important to capture the information of interest and avoid measurement artifacts. In this blog post, we will look at the data transfer concept of a Zurich Instruments lock-in amplifier in more detail and provide guidelines on how to choose it.

DLTS User Meeting 2022 – Q&A


DLTS User Meeting 2022

This blog post presents a selection of questions and answers raised during the DLTS User Meeting 2022. The meeting intended to bring together the community who may face common measurement challenges and allow them to share core competencies and know-how.

Hands-on Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy


Hands-on Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

This blog post accompanies the webinar, which introduced basics of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and provided practical tips & tricks to measure EIS consistently. We share the recording, additional information and answers to the questions asked by the attendees during the webinar.