(Published in Science) We are successfully overcoming that natural resistance using electrical currents passed through anti-ferromagnets on the nanoscale. The results are groundbreaking because they represent proof of concept showing that antiferromagnetic devices can operate on the terahertz level — or calculations completed in a trillionth of a second.
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A time-resolved electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometry setup designed to work at frequencies below 20 GHz and temperatures down to 50 mK. The setup consists of an on-chip microstrip resonator (Q < 100) placed in a dilution cryostat located within a superconducting 3D vector magnet.