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Pulse is meant to be agnostic to the underlying hardware implementation, while still allowing
low-level control. Therefore, our signal channels are *virtual* hardware channels. The backend
which executes our programs is responsible for mapping these virtual channels to the proper
physical channel within the quantum control hardware.
Channels are characterized by their type and their index. Channels include:
* transmit channels, which should subclass ``PulseChannel``
* receive channels, such as :class:`AcquireChannel`
* non-signal "channels" such as :class:`SnapshotChannel`, :class:`MemorySlot` and
Novel channel types can often utilize the :class:`ControlChannel`, but if this is not sufficient,
new channel types can be created. Then, they must be supported in the PulseQobj schema and the
assembler. Channels are characterized by their type and their index. See each channel type below to
All channels are children of the same abstract base class:
.. autoclass:: Channel
And classical IO channels are children of:
.. autoclass:: ClassicalIOChannel
from abc import ABCMeta
from typing import Any, Set, Union
import numpy as np
from qiskit.circuit.parameterexpression import ParameterExpression
from qiskit.pulse.exceptions import PulseError
"""Base class of channels. Channels provide a Qiskit-side label for typical quantum control
hardware signal channels. The final label -> physical channel mapping is the responsibility
of the hardware backend. For instance, ``DriveChannel(0)`` holds instructions which the backend
should map to the signal line driving gate operations on the qubit labeled (indexed) 0.
When serialized channels are identified by their serialized name ``<prefix><index>``.
The type of the channel is interpreted from the prefix,
and the index often (but not always) maps to the qubit index.
All concrete channel classes must have a ``prefix`` class attribute
(and instances of that class have an index attribute). Base classes which have
``prefix`` set to ``None`` are prevented from being instantiated.
To implement a new channel inherit from :class:`Channel` and provide a unique string identifier
for the ``prefix`` class attribute.
prefix = None # type: Optional[str]
"""A shorthand string prefix for characterizing the channel type."""
# pylint: disable=unused-argument
def __new__(cls, *args, **kwargs):
if cls.prefix is None:
"Cannot instantiate abstract channel. "
"See Channel documentation for more information."
def __init__(self, index: int):
index: Index of channel.
self._index = index
self._hash = hash((self.__class__.__name__, self._index))
def index(self) -> Union[int, ParameterExpression]:
"""Return the index of this channel. The index is a label for a control signal line
typically mapped trivially to a qubit index. For instance, ``DriveChannel(0)`` labels
the signal line driving the qubit labeled with index 0.
def _validate_index(self, index: Any) -> None:
"""Raise a PulseError if the channel index is invalid, namely, if it's not a positive
PulseError: If ``index`` is not a nonnegative integer.
if isinstance(index, ParameterExpression) and index.parameters:
# Parameters are unbound
elif isinstance(index, ParameterExpression):
index = float(index)
index = int(index)
if not isinstance(index, (int, np.integer)) and index < 0:
raise PulseError("Channel index must be a nonnegative integer")
def parameters(self) -> Set:
"""Parameters which determine the channel index."""
if isinstance(self.index, ParameterExpression):
def is_parameterized(self) -> bool:
"""Return True iff the channel is parameterized."""
return isinstance(self.index, ParameterExpression)
def name(self) -> str:
"""Return the shorthand alias for this channel, which is based on its type and index."""
def __eq__(self, other: "Channel") -> bool:
"""Return True iff self and other are equal, specifically, iff they have the same type
and the same index.
other: The channel to compare to this channel.
True iff equal.
return type(self) is type(other) and self._index == other._index
class PulseChannel(Channel, metaclass=ABCMeta):
"""Base class of transmit Channels. Pulses can be played on these channels."""
[Doku]class ClassicalIOChannel(Channel, metaclass=ABCMeta):
"""Base class of classical IO channels. These cannot have instructions scheduled on them."""
"""Drive channels transmit signals to qubits which enact gate operations."""
prefix = "d"
"""Measure channels transmit measurement stimulus pulses for readout."""
prefix = "m"
"""Control channels provide supplementary control over the qubit to the drive channel.
These are often associated with multi-qubit gate operations. They may not map trivially
to a particular qubit index.
prefix = "u"
"""Acquire channels are used to collect data."""
prefix = "a"
"""Snapshot channels are used to specify instructions for simulators."""
prefix = "s"
"""Create new snapshot channel."""
"""Memory slot channels represent classical memory storage."""
prefix = "m"
"""Classical resister slot channels represent classical registers (low-latency classical
prefix = "c"