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Optomechanics

Hardware for a quantum network

An optomechanical device has been designed that converts radio-frequency electrical signals into laser light. The system could allow computers to share data in a future quantum network based on optical fibres. See Letter p.81

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Sillanpää, M., Hakonen, P. Hardware for a quantum network. Nature 507, 45–46 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/507045a

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