Quantum Microwave, a manufacturer of Cryogenic Microwave Components and Millimeter-wave Components, has introduced 4 models of Cryogenic IR (Infrared) Filters. The company is now offering two low frequency and two high frequency models. These filters have been developed for Quantum Computing coaxial lines to eliminate high frequency noise above the Qubit Frequency Ranges. They are capable of operating at temperatures of 10 mK. The filters have very low attenuation in the passband and very high attenuation above the passband. The high attenuation above the passband eliminates the IR Radiation. They are used in superconducting Quantum Computers.
Quantum Microwave offers low frequency versions to pass DC to 700 MHz and high frequency models to pass DC to 6 GHz. IR Filters are used to protect Qubits from unwanted Infrared radiation. They intentionally increased the length of the SMA connector to mount directly to the 10 mK cold plate in superconducting quantum computers. The housing of these filters are made of OFHC Copper to offer the best thermal conductivity.
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