Publication: Microwave Spin Frequency Comb Memory Protocol Controlled by Gradient Magnetic Pulses
New publication in Applied Magnetic Resonance by K. I. Gerasimov, S. A. Moiseev and R. B. Zaripov
Microwave Spin Frequency Comb Memory Protocol Controlled by Gradient Magnetic Pulses
We have demonstrated a combination of frequency comb spin-echo protocol in a conventional microwave pulsed electron spin resonance spectrometer with gradient pulses of the external magnetic field applied for on-demand retrieval of signal microwave pulses at the required moments of time. A natural high-finesse periodic structure was used as a carrier of stored information. The structure is made out of hyperfine lines of electron spin resonance of tetracyanoethylene anion radicals in toluene at room temperature. Herein, we have also observed that using the pulses of gradient magnetic field can increase the memory capacity. The experimental results demonstrated promising opportunities for controlling electron nuclear spin coherence, which could be useful for implementation of broadband microwave or optical-microwave noise free quantum memory protocols.
@R. B. Zaripov
In my study time (1975) I worked on NMR for l-alanine at the Delft-university(The Netherlands/Holland). In that period I found an article on NMR of l-alanine of Zaripov M.R., N.K. Andreev, M.M. Bil’danov, published 11th European Congress on molecular spectroscopy Tallon/Tallin 1973, page 291
Do you know any of these people? Would you be so kind to ask any of them to contact me?
I will be in Kazan in September and would to meet.
Rob Baarda (Amsterdam-NL)