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  • Quantum error correction – from geek to superhero
    Quantum computers can only realise their full potential by defeating the noise that plagues their delicate qubits. The field of quantum error correction offers some increasingly mature solutions. But it is also still a rapidly evolving field, and innovation here, as much as in hardware, will shape the future quantum ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowAugust 29, 2019
  • Brexit and the Quantum Landscape
    The arrival of Boris Johnson in Downing Street makes a hard Brexit ending more likely. To understand the impact this will have on the science and innovation landscape and quantum technology in particular, we have to look beyond the immediate disruptions and understand how the thinking of the political right ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowJuly 25, 2019
  • Seeding innovation in commercial quantum networks
    Next generation quantum key distribution is set to offer easier deployment on existing real-world infrastructure. The importance of partnering to offer end-to-end business services to early adopters is growing. The recent extension of the UK Quantum Network to the BT led tech cluster at Adastral Park is a powerful statement. ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowMarch 30, 2019
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  • BQIT 2019
    We had a great time at BQIT this year here in Bristol. Here’s a short video with some highlights of our booth and what we’ve been up to. Music credit: https://www.bensound.com ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsApril 14, 2019
  • BQIT 2019
    We had a great time at BQIT this year here in Bristol. Here’s a short video with some highlights of our booth and what we’ve been up to. Music credit: https://www.bensound.com ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsApril 14, 2019
  • See you at BQIT 2019!
    We’re happy to announce that we are a Bronze sponsor at this year’s Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop BQIT, April 1-3. This is really exciting for us because it’s the first conference we have sponsored, and it’s with our favourite people, QETlabs, here in Bristol. We’ll have a booth set ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsMarch 4, 2019
  • See you at BQIT 2019!
    We’re happy to announce that we are a Bronze sponsor at this year’s Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop BQIT, April 1-3. This is really exciting for us because it’s the first conference we have sponsored, and it’s with our favourite people, QETlabs, here in Bristol. We’ll have a booth set ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsMarch 4, 2019
  • Comment on INT8FFC by Josh
    Hi John—sorry you’re having trouble. We’ve sent you an email to get some more information. Please have a look! ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsOctober 16, 2018
  • Comment on INT8FFC by John Serafini
    I’m using the BP8 connected to Interposer MCW 26+14+26 connected to probes. I can’t access any pins higher than 23. I get IndexError: list index out of range. ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsOctober 16, 2018
  • Comment on Q8iv by Josh
    Hi Hossam! Thank you for pointing out this ambiguity. We’ve now updated the website to clarify that these are the maximum and minimum input voltages from the power supply. ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsOctober 13, 2018
  • Comment on BP12 by Josh
    Hi Hossam! We don’t yet have a manual for the BP12, but when we do, we’ll post it here. The analog input voltage depends on the driver you are using (for a Q8iv, input between 15 and 24 V; for a Q8, input between 20 and 26 V). The digital ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsOctober 13, 2018
  • Comment on Q8iv by Hossam Shoman
    I was wondering whats meant by the minimum input voltage is 12V? ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsOctober 13, 2018
  • Comment on BP12 by Hossam Shoman
    Where can i find the driver documentation file? ... read more
    Source: Qontrol Systems – NewsOctober 13, 2018

 

Project Description

Integrated photonic and quantum photonic devices require precise electronic control, on an increasingly difficult scale. We provide control electronics that scale with your ambition. Our devices provide the precision and power you need, without the complicated software, proprietary drivers, and excessive price tag you don’t.

We want to make controlling complex photonic and quantum photonic devices easy and economical. From our headquarters in Bristol, UK, we design the analog driver electronics and infrastructure you need to make your devices and systems work, all controlled simply from a PC. All our products are designed and assembled by us, in Bristol, and manufactured elsewhere in the UK and across the EU.

Project Details
  • Startup: Qontrol Systems
  • Founded: 2016
  • Capabilities: Photonics electronic control
  • Home: qontrol.co.uk
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