Optimizing Quantum Research with an Efficient Test & Measurement Topology

There is a huge rush to explore quantum phenomena and develop technologies based on quantum physics. These technologies range from quantum computing to new communications schemes and have the potential to revolutionize the world.

Quantum experiments to validate these new schemes can be optimized with a well-designed test and measurement topology. Join this webinar to see examples of real topologies deployed in the industry with digitizers and signal sources and gain a better understanding of how to make quantum technologies a reality today.

This webinar will cover:

  • Mechanisms of how quantum experiments are triggered.
  • Signal sources that are being used and the challenges that come with scaling.
  • Signal conditioning and synchronization needed.
  • Digitizers that enable efficient monitoring of quantum sequences.
  • Make sure you have the tools and techniques necessary to make your experiments more efficient.

Sign up now to watch this webinar. 



photo of speaker

Chris Loberg

Senior Business Operations Manager, Tektronix

Chris Loberg is a Senior Business Operations Manager of Marketing for Mainstream Oscilloscopes at Tektronix. In an earlier role with the company, Chris was responsible for management of Performance Oscilloscopes and Optical Communications Test Products at Tektronix. Chris is a member of the DesignCon Technical Program Committee. He holds an MBA in Marketing from San Jose State University and resides with his family in Beaverton, Oregon.