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YAG - Yttrium Aluminium Garnet based 4 Bit Quantum Photonic Logic Gate

YAG is the premium candidate at this stage for a medium for diode laser pumping in which the Qubit manipulation will take place.

It is a crystal that is used as a lasing medium for solid-state lasers.

I am in the process of writing the white paper which will be available to interested parties in exchange for an email address.

Below is a CAD drawing showing the basic principles of how a theoretical 4 Bit Quantum Photonic Logic Gate might work.

This device relies on a thin wafer at one output wavelength thick.

The Lasing threshold tends to drop as the length of the resonant cavity increases.

Making it as thin as 1 wavelength ensures that only a reinforcement interference pulse will provide enough local energy to cause a short luminescence detected through the top of the device. Therefore a pumping photon must arrive from the Alice and Bob inputs simultaneously.

This thickness will need to be confirmed through experimentation to get the optimum yield of output photons.

The rest of the enclosure is coated to with voltaic layers to ensure all light falling on and passing through the device is converted to electronic energy except those photons that reinforce one another at the wave guide junctions, causing  a new photon to emerge after the local atoms return to their previous energy state.

It is important that any photon entering the black box only has a unitary chance to reinforce a crossing photon before the information it carries as energy is returned to source.

Any reflection off a surface changes it's phase and potentially degrade the results through destructive interference.

A quantum computer should exhibit adiabatic processes so both sides of the electronic register Q and Not Q are passed on to the quantum arithmetic and logic unit (ALU). 

In a conventional digital computer the Not Q result which is actually the imaginary number result of the logic algorithm is allowed to flow back to the negative side of the electrical circuit adding to the heat load without contributing any useful work.

The pink and blue colored wave guides shown above for the Alice and Bob inputs are etched in the YAG with ultraviolet laser.

This new photon is detected at the top face of the YAG wave guide rectangular cavity.

Home Baked Hardware to Date

8 Qubit Register
8 Qubit RS Flip Flop Register

The circuit above is a working test circuit to establish a proposed method to harness the quantum effect of metastability in digital circuits that plagues circuit designers as clock speeds are pushed to the limits.

The truth table for an RS Flip Flop has a state that engineers designate "illegal" when both pins for SET and RESET go low.

When you add frequency to the circuit by the addition of capacitors you get a free running multi-vibrator that oscillates when the illegal state is entered.

It is this authors opinion that the Qubit state is nothing more than a high frequency oscillation that is beyond the measuring capacity of the observer as the ultimate driving frequency behind the event is the Planck Frequency, beyond which the laws of physics break down.

It is also this authors opinion that entanglement is the result of the imaginary number line which unites all harmonic oscillation phenomena and is a property of the Higgs field upon which the Universe hangs like a vibration across a harp.

This imaginary number field exists simultaneously with the real number field in which conventional technology is built on.

This connection of the two number lines is the causative function of the Planck Frequency set at the time of the Big Bang and so as it exists prior to that, the two number fields real and imaginary are connected outside of time and space.

Final Form Factor of the Commercial Unit

One method of housing the device and wrap it in a secure server OS environment is shown below in a conventional server PC form factor. The device is envisioned to require no more exotic cooling than water.

The GPU card shown in this device would be replaced with single or dual Photonic QC card's. Each QC Photonic card would have it's own input and output Ethernet connection in the prototype.

A solid state drive OS overclocked nanite water cooled machine (CPU & GPU) using intel and AMD chipsets is shown below where the concept of how a less exotic cryogenic method of QC was realized when the graphics card kept crashing during overclocking in this gaming rig build.

The bottom picture shows our last gaming rig with connections to an external radiator under the house.

The cube is alive!

Dual water cooled GPU's and CPU with external radiator under the house connected by Quick Connects.