Q-CTRL’s Multi-Qubit Circuit Simulator

Practice with up to 5 simulated qubits.

In addition to its previously released single-qubit circuit simulator, Q-CTRL’s Black Opal now includes a multi-qubit circuit simulator with up to five simulated qubits. Although you don’t run your circuits like you would with, let’s say, Qiskit’s simulator, you can analyze your results via circle notation, which is explained in the…




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