An experiment that involves two distant mesoscopic SQUID rings is studied. The superconducting rings are irradiated with correlated photons, which are produced by a single microwave source. Classically correlated (separable) and quantum mechanically correlated (entangled) microwaves are considered, and their effect on the Josephson currents is quantified. It is shown that the currents tunnelling through the Josephson junctions in the distant rings, are correlated.
|Title of host publication
|Quantum Computing in Solid State Systems
|B. Ruggiero, P. Delsing, C. Granata, Y. Pashkin, P. Silvestrini
|Published - 2006