Versatile Control of ^{9}Be^{+} Ions Using a Spectrally Tailored UV Frequency Comb.

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Summary of "Versatile Control of ^{9}Be^{+} Ions Using a Spectrally Tailored UV Frequency Comb."

We demonstrate quantum control of ^{9}Be^{+} ions directly implemented by an optical frequency comb. Based on numerical simulations of the relevant processes in ^{9}Be^{+} for different magnetic field regimes, we demonstrate a wide applicability when controlling the comb's spectral properties. We introduce a novel technique for the selective and efficient generation of a spectrally tailored narrow-bandwidth optical frequency comb near 313 nm. We experimentally demonstrate internal state control and internal-motional state coupling of ^{9}Be^{+} ions implemented by stimulated-Raman manipulation using a spectrally optimized optical frequency comb. Our pulsed laser approach is a key enabling step for the implementation of quantum logic and quantum information experiments in Penning traps.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 123606


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