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Josephson Fourier Spectrometer Based on HTSP: Construction and Quantum Computer Realization Problem

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The possibility of creating a spectrometer of THz range, which is based on non-stationary Josephson effect in HTSP is considered. Simple design of Josephson junction adjustable at cryogenic conditions is proposed. Using of such device for solving the problem of factorization of high value numbers, which in fact is the only motivation for creating a quantum computer, is discussed.

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Maxim, D. , Larisa, Z. , Vladimir, M. and Andrey, T. (2014) Josephson Fourier Spectrometer Based on HTSP: Construction and Quantum Computer Realization Problem. Journal of Quantum Information Science, 4, 133-136. doi: 10.4236/jqis.2014.43015.

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