By co-trapping Rubidium 85 and Rubidium 87 in a single magneto-optical trap(MOT), qubit basis states are encoded as single spin-wave excitations in each one of the two atomic species co-trapped in the same region of space. An atomic qubit based on this isotopic mixture and its entanglement with a frequency-encoded optical qubit will be demonstrated in the first half of the talk. In the second half of the talk, I will show the ability of dynamic entanglement connection by using acoustic-optical deflectors(AOD). The AOD can be served as a dynamic beam splitter to make a qubit out of different quantum elements which is crucial for a practical quantum repeater.
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