Quantum entanglement in electric circuits: From anomalous crosstalk to electromagnetic compatibility in nano-electronics
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.We show that the electromagnetic coupling at the nanoscale may be accompanied by another coupling mechanism, related to quantum entanglement. Consequently, a combined 'electromagnetic-quantum' coupling is created, which stipulates long-distance and long-living interactions in electric circuits. Manifestation of this effect in electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is discussed. An efficient theoretical framework for EMC analysis in nanoelectronics is developed based on the generalized theory of electric circuits. It is shown that the action of quantum entanglement is equivalent to an addition of the supplementary elements in electric circuit with the effective admittances defined as general susceptibilities that can be calculated using the Kubo-technique.
This work was supported in part by EU grants FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IRSES- 247007 CACOMEL and FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IRSES- 612285 CANTOR.
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Published in: Science of Electrical Engineering (ICSEE), IEEE International Conference on the 16-18 Nov. 2016