Get ready for March Meeting
Delft Circuits is introducing a full stack I/O for quantum computing, microwave drive and flux-bias lines for addressing qubits at ultra-low temperatures. Measurement wiring from room temperature down to the mK stage with integrated filtering is now possible. Filtering includes attenuators, low-pass and infrared filters, and superconducting flex.
No need to worry about the different hardware suppliers. With the Cri/oFlex technology, there is no need for additional filtering components for the measurement wiring. Reed more in the brochure.
Book a meeting or visit us at booth 531
Overview of our flexible cryogenic i/o product range
Ultimate cryogenic flexibility
Ultra-flexible microwave i/o for scanning probe microscopes and other vibration sensitive instruments. The thinnest and the most flexible cryogenic RF cable allows you to transmit your signal while offering extreme vibrational decoupling.
The new cryogenic microwave standard
Single channel microwave i/o for densely-packed sample spaces in the refrigerators. Simple installation, small form-factor and reduced thermal loads, allow an increased number of microwave lines in cryostats. This flexible cryogenic cable is a new standard.
Massively scalable cryogenic i/o
Massively scalable multi-channel flexible RF cable for refrigerators, optimized for quantum computing applications with built-in on-flex filtering for signal conditioning.
About Delft Circuits
Delft Circuits is dedicated to supplying the best hardware for the quantum engineer and industry.
So far we have realised hundreds of i/o modules, for almost a hundred customers. Whether in a leading national laboratory, a Blue-chip corporation, or an ambitious professor, clients find their way to our solutions.
As an independent, dedicated quantum hardware supplier, together with our customers, we make quantum technologies a reality.
Book a meeting
In order to give you the most attention during March Meeting, get in touch to book a meeting. Either digitally, or at the event.
Delft Circuits booth number at the exhibition of the APS March Meeting is 531.
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