We are excited to announce our new cooperation with QDevil and welcome the QDevil QFilter to the family of Bluefors Products. QDevil aims to accelerate the science in quantum electronics laboratories, by allowing scientists to focus their effort on the science, rather than constructing auxiliary equipment that has already been developed. QDevil has already a proven track record of successful installations at leading quantum computing research groups in universities and technology companies worldwide.
We at Bluefors share the same values and mindset of quality as QDevil and we believe that this will be a great basis for the cooperation. Through this collaboration, Bluefors will continuously serve customers better by delivering dilution refrigerator measurement systems with installed filters that already are designed to fit our dilution refrigerator measurement systems.
Let us introduce the QFilter in Bluefors measurement systems. The QFilter has its origin in the evolution in Quantum Physics research in semiconductor materials, low temperature refrigerators and refined electrical characterization techniques. The benefit is the filtering of the electrical noise and the outstanding thermalization of electrons.
QFilter is a compact multi-stage low-pass filter which rejects noise and ensures milli-Kelvin electron temperature in up to 24 signal lines going to your quantum electronics devices and other sensitive cryogenic and low-temperature electronic circuits. It is the result of several years of development at Harvard University and the University of Copenhagen on achieving the lowest possible noise and electron temperature in quantum circuits. The standard QFilter contains two low-pass filter banks, one with RC circuits and one with LC circuits, but other combinations can also be supplied.