Deterministic Transmit/Receive Hardware for Controlling Quantum Computers

Innovative Integration supplies hardware for Physicists who need to control QuBit states. The hardware is an integrated transmitter and receiver that is time correlated with nanosecond resolution. This allows simultaneous arbitrary waveform generation (AWG) while deterministically monitoring the QuBit response, and processing with low latency and high accuracy.

  • The XU-TX is an XMC module which features two AC-coupled single-ended 16-bit DAC outputs with programmable DC bias. The DAC devices employed support synchronization, interpolation, and their unique output circuits allow improved frequency synthesis in the 2nd Nyquist zone. This can shift the Nyquist null frequency in the output spectrum to two times the typical Nyquist null frequency. The maximum sample rate of the DAC IC is 12 GSPS, the maximum external direct clocking rate is 6 GSPS and the on board PLL can generate clocks up to 4.8 GHz. The DACs' JESD 204B interfaces can stream data with transfer rates up to 6 GSPS.
  • The X6-400M integrates high speed digitizing and signal generation with signal processing on a PMC/XMC IO module with a powerful Xilinx Virtex 6 FPGA signal processing core, and high performance PCI Express/PCI host interface.
  • The X6-1000M integrates high-speed digitizing and signal generation with signal processing on a PMC/XMC IO module for demanding DSP applications. The tight coupling of the digitizing to the Virtex6 FPGA core realizes architectures for SDR, RADAR, and LIDAR front end sensor digitizing and processing. The PCI Express system interface sustains transfer rates over 2 GB/s for data recording and integration as part of a high performance realtime system.
  • The FrameWork Logic tools provide comprehensive support for FPGA signal processing development in MATLAB and RTL for Innovative Integration products. The logic development cycle is shortened by building application logic within the FrameWork Logic hardware layer using pre-written and verified IP cores. The MATLAB tools provide a powerful graphical block diagram environment for the rapid design of custom IP cores. The RTL tools complement the MATLAB environment and provide the flexibility of a high-level language. The tested high level signal processing can be seamlessly integrated with VHDL in the same project, allowing you to work with the tools best suited for the job.
  • The X3-Timing is an XMC I/O module with precision, low-noise clock generation and distribution. The module has 4 output clocks and four output triggers as well as a clock/reference input and a trigger input. The X3-Timing can also act as a system timing card in PXI systems, providing the reference clock, sample clocks and triggering.
  • The ePC-K7 is a user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument that includes a full Windows/Linux PC and supports a wide assortment of ultimate-performance FMC modules. With its modular IO, scalable performance, and easy to use PC architecture, the ePC-K7 reduces time-to- market while providing the performance you need.
  • The ePC-Duo is a user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument that includes a full Windows/Linux PC and supports a wide assortment of ultimate-performance XMC modules. With its modular IO, scalable performance, and easy to use PC architecture, the ePC-Duo reduces time-to- market while providing the performance you need.
  • The MATLAB® / LabVIEW™ Library is a powerful, feature-rich software library designed to meet the challenge of developing data acquisition applications using MATLAB® or LabVIEW™ on the PC.
  • Malibu is a powerful, feature-rich software library designed to meet the challenge of developing software capable of high-speed data flow and real-time signal analysis on the PC. Malibu adds high performance data acquisition and data processing capabilities to Microsoft Visual C , CodeGear or GNU C applications with a complete set of functions that solve data movement, analysis, viewing, logging and fully take advantage of the object-oriented nature of C.
  • The PEX7-COP is a flexible FPGA co-processor card that integrates a Kintex-7 FPGA computing core with an industry-standard FMC I/O module on a three-quarter-length PCI Express desktop or server card. The FPGA computing core features the Xilinx Kintex-7 FPGA family and is offered in two densities, K325 or K410. The K410 FPGA provides over 2000 DSP MAC elements operating at up to 500 MHz. The FPGA core has a 2048 MB DDR3 DRAM bank attached. For system communications, the PEX7-COP utilizes a PCI Express x8 Gen2 port capable of up to 3.2 GB/s sustained operation with 4 GB/s burst rate.
  • Scalable Open-VPX System for More Than 16-Qubit Synchronous Control and Readout Innovative Integration has been a leading supplier in the real-time embedded system market for more than 30 years, and is proud to be the control and readout system provider to many key players in the quantum computing field. Using high-speed, low-latency X6-1000M modules inside a compact VPX PC, a synchronous system to control and measure up to 32 entangled qubits is readily configured. With state-of-the-art FPGA technology, quantum computing engineers perform FFTs and generate waveforms to synchronously control qubits within 250 ns. A low-latency system is valuable for performing as many operations as possible before quantum decoherence occurs.
  • The FMC-1000 is a high speed digitizing and signal generation FMC I/O module featuring two 1000* or 1250* MSPS A/D channels and two 1230* MSPS D/A channels supported by sample clock and triggering features.