Physical Review Letters
We suggest an architecture for quantum computing with spin-pair encoded qubits in silicon. Electron-nuclear spin-pairs are controlled by a dc magnetic field and electrode-switched on and off hyperfine interaction. This digital processing is insensitive to tuning errors and easy to model. Electron shuttling between donors enables multiqubit logic. These hydrogenic spin qubits are transferable to nuclear spin-pairs, which have long coherence times, and electron spin-pairs, which are ideally suited for measurement and initialization. The architecture is scalable to a highly parallel operation.
Skinner, A. J.; Davenport, M. E.; and Kane, B. E., "Hydrogenic Spin Quantum Computing in Silicon: A Digital Approach" (2003). Open Dartmouth: Faculty Open Access Articles. 2015.