Source code for quantify_scheduler.backends.qblox.operation_handling.pulses

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"""Classes for handling pulses."""

from __future__ import annotations

import logging
from typing import Any, Dict, Optional

import numpy as np

from quantify_scheduler.backends.qblox import constants, helpers, q1asm_instructions
from quantify_scheduler.backends.qblox.enums import ChannelMode
from quantify_scheduler.backends.qblox.operation_handling.base import IOperationStrategy
from quantify_scheduler.backends.qblox.qasm_program import QASMProgram
from quantify_scheduler.backends.types import qblox as types
from quantify_scheduler.helpers.waveforms import normalize_waveform_data

[docs] logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
[docs] class PulseStrategyPartial(IOperationStrategy): """ Contains the logic shared between all the pulses. Parameters ---------- operation_info The operation info that corresponds to this pulse. channel_name Specifies the channel identifier of the hardware config (e.g. `complex_output_0`). """ def __init__(self, operation_info: types.OpInfo, channel_name: str): self._pulse_info: types.OpInfo = operation_info self.channel_name = channel_name @property
[docs] def operation_info(self) -> types.OpInfo: """Property for retrieving the operation info.""" return self._pulse_info
[docs] def _check_amplitudes_set(self): if self._amplitude_path_I is None: raise ValueError("Amplitude for path_I is None.") if self._amplitude_path_Q is None: raise ValueError("Amplitude for path_Q is None.")
[docs] class GenericPulseStrategy(PulseStrategyPartial): """ Default class for handling pulses. No assumptions are made with regards to the pulse shape and no optimizations are done. Parameters ---------- operation_info The operation info that corresponds to this pulse. channel_name Specifies the channel identifier of the hardware config (e.g. `complex_output_0`). """ def __init__(self, operation_info: types.OpInfo, channel_name: str): super().__init__( operation_info=operation_info, channel_name=channel_name, ) self._amplitude_path_I: Optional[float] = None self._amplitude_path_Q: Optional[float] = None self._waveform_index0: Optional[int] = None self._waveform_index1: Optional[int] = None self._waveform_len: Optional[int] = None
[docs] def generate_data(self, wf_dict: Dict[str, Any]): """ Generates the data and adds them to the ``wf_dict`` (if not already present). In complex mode (e.g. ``complex_output_0``), the NCO produces real-valued data (:math:`I_\\text{IF}`) on sequencer path_I and imaginary data (:math:`Q_\\text{IF}`) on sequencer path_Q. .. math:: \\underbrace{\\begin{bmatrix} \\cos\\omega t & -\\sin\\omega t \\\\ \\sin\\omega t & \\phantom{-}\\cos\\omega t \\end{bmatrix}}_\\text{NCO} \\begin{bmatrix} I \\\\ Q \\end{bmatrix} = \\begin{bmatrix} I \\cdot \\cos\\omega t - Q \\cdot\\sin\\omega t \\\\ I \\cdot \\sin\\omega t + Q \\cdot\\cos\\omega t \\end{bmatrix} \\begin{matrix} \\ \\text{(path_I)} \\\\ \\ \\text{(path_Q)} \\end{matrix} = \\begin{bmatrix} I_\\text{IF} \\\\ Q_\\text{IF} \\end{bmatrix} In real mode (e.g. ``real_output_0``), the NCO produces :math:`I_\\text{IF}` on path_I .. math:: \\underbrace{\\begin{bmatrix} \\cos\\omega t & -\\sin\\omega t \\\\ \\sin\\omega t & \\phantom{-}\\cos\\omega t \\end{bmatrix}}_\\text{NCO} \\begin{bmatrix} I \\\\ Q \\end{bmatrix} = \\begin{bmatrix} I \\cdot \\cos\\omega t - Q \\cdot\\sin\\omega t\\\\ - \\end{bmatrix} \\begin{matrix} \\ \\text{(path_I)} \\\\ \\ \\text{(path_Q)} \\end{matrix} = \\begin{bmatrix} I_\\text{IF} \\\\ - \\end{bmatrix} Note that the fields marked with `-` represent waveforms that are not relevant for the mode. Parameters ---------- wf_dict The dictionary to add the waveform to. N.B. the dictionary is modified in function. Raises ------ ValueError Data is complex (has an imaginary component), but the channel_name is not set as complex (e.g. ``complex_output_0``). """ # pylint: disable=line-too-long # noqa: D301 op_info = self.operation_info waveform_data = helpers.generate_waveform_data(, sampling_rate=constants.SAMPLING_RATE ) waveform_data, amp_real, amp_imag = normalize_waveform_data(waveform_data) self._waveform_len = len(waveform_data) if ( np.any(np.iscomplex(waveform_data)) and not ChannelMode.COMPLEX in self.channel_name ): raise ValueError( f"Complex valued {str(op_info)} detected but the sequencer" f" is not expecting complex input. This can be caused by " f"attempting to play complex valued waveforms on an output" f" marked as real.\n\nException caused by {repr(op_info)}." ) non_null = lambda amp: abs(amp) >= 2 / constants.IMMEDIATE_SZ_GAIN idx_real = ( helpers.add_to_wf_dict_if_unique( wf_dict=wf_dict, waveform=waveform_data.real ) if non_null(amp_real) else None ) idx_imag = ( helpers.add_to_wf_dict_if_unique( wf_dict=wf_dict, waveform=waveform_data.imag ) if non_null(amp_imag) else None ) self._waveform_index0, self._waveform_index1 = idx_real, idx_imag self._amplitude_path_I, self._amplitude_path_Q = amp_real, amp_imag
[docs] def insert_qasm(self, qasm_program: QASMProgram): """ Add the assembly instructions for the Q1 sequence processor that corresponds to this pulse. Parameters ---------- qasm_program The QASMProgram to add the assembly instructions to. """ self._check_amplitudes_set() # Only emit play command if at least one path has a signal # else auto-generate wait command index0 = self._waveform_index0 index1 = self._waveform_index1 if (index0 is not None) or (index1 is not None): qasm_program.set_gain_from_amplitude( self._amplitude_path_I, self._amplitude_path_Q, self.operation_info ) # If a channel doesn't have an index (index0 or index1 is None) means, # that for that channel we do not want to play any waveform; # it's also ensured in this case, that the gain is set to 0 for that channel; # but, the Q1ASM program needs a waveform index for both channels, # so we set the other waveform's index in this case as a dummy qasm_program.emit( q1asm_instructions.PLAY, index0 if (index0 is not None) else index1, index1 if (index1 is not None) else index0, constants.GRID_TIME, # N.B. the waveform keeps playing comment=f"play {} ({self._waveform_len} ns)", ) qasm_program.elapsed_time += constants.GRID_TIME
[docs] class MarkerPulseStrategy(PulseStrategyPartial): """If this strategy is used a digital pulse is played on the corresponding marker."""
[docs] def generate_data(self, wf_dict: Dict[str, Any]): """Returns None as no waveforms are generated in this strategy.""" return None
[docs] def insert_qasm(self, qasm_program: QASMProgram): """ Inserts the QASM instructions to play the marker pulse. Note that for RF modules the first two bits of set_mrk are used as switches for the RF outputs. Parameters ---------- qasm_program The QASMProgram to add the assembly instructions to. """ if ChannelMode.DIGITAL not in self.channel_name: port ="port") clock ="clock") raise ValueError( f"{MarkerPulseStrategy.__name__} can only be used with a " f"digital channel. Please make sure that " f"'digital' keyword is included in the channel_name in the hardware configuration " f"for port-clock combination '{port}-{clock}' (current channel_name is '{self.channel_name}')." f"Operation causing exception: {self.operation_info}" ) marker_bit_index = int(["output"]) default_marker = qasm_program.static_hw_properties.default_marker # RF modules use first 2 bits of marker bitstring as output/input switch. if qasm_program.static_hw_properties.instrument_type in ("QRM_RF", "QCM_RF"): marker_bit_index += 2 # QCM-RF has swapped addressing of outputs marker_bit_index = self._fix_marker_bit_output_addressing_qcm_rf( qasm_program=qasm_program, marker_bit_index=marker_bit_index ) if["enable"]: qasm_program.set_marker((1 << marker_bit_index) | default_marker) else: qasm_program.set_marker(default_marker)
[docs] def _fix_marker_bit_output_addressing_qcm_rf( qasm_program: QASMProgram, marker_bit_index: int ): """Fix for the swapped marker bit output addressing of the QCM-RF.""" if qasm_program.static_hw_properties.instrument_type == "QCM_RF": if marker_bit_index == 2: marker_bit_index = 3 elif marker_bit_index == 3: marker_bit_index = 2 return marker_bit_index