Integrate Q-CTRL pulses directly into Quantum Machines hardware using the Q-CTRL Python QUA package
Boulder Opal enables you to design and benchmark noise-robust pulses, as well as characterize and tune up your quantum hardware with ease. This process becomes even simpler and more powerful when software and hardware are seamlessly integrated.
In this notebook we show how to interface Boulder Opal with QUA, a programming language developed by Quantum Machines that provides pulse-level control of their Operator-X (OPX) quantum devices. Using the qctrl-qua package, we show how to convert a pulse into an OPX-compatible format and to quickly generate the configurations required for executing experiments.