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5 March 2021 Quantum networks based on diamond NV centers
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Quantum networks are poised to enable large-scale secure communication, distributed quantum computing and simulation by means of shared entangled states over the nodes of the network. The Nitrogen-Vacancy (NV) centre in diamond is a promising candidate to act as node of such a quantum network, with long-lived multiple qubits and an optical interface for entanglement. We present updates on our effort towards the realisation of such a network.
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Matteo Pompili, Sophie Hermans, Simon Baier, Hans Beukers, Peter C. Humphreys, Raymond Schouten, Raymond Vermeulen, Marijn Tiggelman, Laura Martins, Bas Dirkse, Stephanie Wehner, and Ronald Hanson "Quantum networks based on diamond NV centers", Proc. SPIE 11699, Quantum Computing, Communication, and Simulation, 116990D (5 March 2021);

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