Quantum Metrology Enhanced by Repetitive Quantum Error Correction


T Unden, P Balasubramanian, D Louzon, Y Vinkler, MB Plenio, M Markham, D Twitchen, A Stacey, I Lovchinsky, AO Sushkov, MD Lukin, A Retzker, B Naydenov, LP McGuinness, and F Jelezko. 6/9/2016. “Quantum Metrology Enhanced by Repetitive Quantum Error Correction.” Physical Review Letters, 116, 23. Publisher's Version


We experimentally demonstrate the protection of a room-temperature hybrid spin register against environmental decoherence by performing repeated quantum error correction whilst maintaining sensitivity to signal fields. We use a long-lived nuclear spin to correct multiple phase errors on a sensitive electron spin in diamond and realize magnetic field sensing beyond the time scales set by natural decoherence. The universal extension of sensing time, robust to noise at any frequency, demonstrates the definitive advantage entangled multiqubit systems provide for quantum sensing and offers an important complement to quantum control techniques.
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