ADVANCEMENTS IN NONLINEAR MICROWAVE CIRCUITS - MODELLING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN USING CONTINUOUS-VARIABLE QUANTUM COMPUTATION
Abstract
Microwave circuits play a crucial role in modern communication systems, with nonlinearities being a critical aspect of their operation. The advent of continuous-variable quantum computation has opened new avenues for modelling and analyzing such circuits, offering promising solutions to longstanding challenges. In this study, we leverage continuous-variable quantum computation techniques to model, analyze, and design nonlinear microwave circuits. We develop novel methodologies that harness the power of quantum algorithms to simulate the behavior of complex microwave circuits accurately. Our work contributes to the intersection of microwave engineering and quantum computation by offering innovative approaches for understanding nonlinear behavior in microwave circuits. We bridge the gap between theoretical quantum concepts and practical microwave circuit design, enabling more efficient and reliable circuit implementations. Through simulations, we demonstrate the effectiveness of our proposed methodologies in accurately capturing the nonlinear behavior of microwave circuits. Our findings showcase significant improvements in circuit performance, paving the way for advanced designs with enhanced functionality and efficiency.

Authors
O. Pandithurai1, A. Amudha2, N. Sivakumar3, S. Sudha4
Rajalakshmi Institute of Technology, India1, Bharath Niketan Engineering College, India2, Shree Sathyam College of Engineering and Technology, India3, Sri Ranganathar Institute of Engineering and Technology, India4

Keywords
Microwave Circuits, Nonlinearities, Continuous-Variable Quantum Computation, Modelling, Analysis, Design
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ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Microelectronics
( Volume: 10 , Issue: 1 , Pages: 1742 - 1746 )
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April 2024
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