FakeOurenseV2#

class qiskit.providers.fake_provider.FakeOurenseV2[source]#

Bases: FakeBackendV2

A fake 5 qubit backend.

0 ↔ 1 ↔ 3 ↔ 4
    ↕
    2

FakeBackendV2 initializer.

Attributes

backend_name = 'fake_ourense'#
conf_filename = 'conf_ourense.json'#
coupling_map#

Return the CouplingMap object

defs_filename = None#
dirname = '/home/runner/work/qiskit/qiskit/.tox/docs/lib/python3.9/site-packages/qiskit/providers/fake_provider/backends/ourense'#
dt#

Return the system time resolution of input signals

This is required to be implemented if the backend supports Pulse scheduling.

Returns:

The input signal timestep in seconds. If the backend doesn’t define dt None will be returned

Return type:

dt

dtm#

Return the system time resolution of output signals

Returns:

The output signal timestep in seconds.

Return type:

dtm

instruction_durations#

Return the InstructionDurations object.

instruction_schedule_map#

Return the InstructionScheduleMap for the instructions defined in this backend’s target.

instructions#

A list of Instruction tuples on the backend of the form (instruction, (qubits)

max_circuits#
meas_map#

Return the grouping of measurements which are multiplexed This is required to be implemented if the backend supports Pulse scheduling.

Returns:

The grouping of measurements which are multiplexed

Return type:

meas_map

num_qubits#

Return the number of qubits the backend has.

operation_names#

A list of instruction names that the backend supports.

operations#

A list of Instruction instances that the backend supports.

options#

Return the options for the backend

The options of a backend are the dynamic parameters defining how the backend is used. These are used to control the run() method.

props_filename = 'props_ourense.json'#
provider#

Return the backend Provider.

Returns:

the Provider responsible for the backend.

Return type:

Provider

target#

A qiskit.transpiler.Target object for the backend.

Return type:

Target

version = 2#

Methods

acquire_channel(qubit)#

Return the acquisition channel for the given qubit.

This is required to be implemented if the backend supports Pulse scheduling.

Returns:

The Qubit measurement acquisition line.

Return type:

AcquireChannel

control_channel(qubits)#

Return the secondary drive channel for the given qubit

This is typically utilized for controlling multiqubit interactions. This channel is derived from other channels.

This is required to be implemented if the backend supports Pulse scheduling.

Parameters:

qubits (Iterable[int]) – Tuple or list of qubits of the form (control_qubit, target_qubit).

Returns:

The multi qubit control line.

Return type:

List[ControlChannel]

drive_channel(qubit)#

Return the drive channel for the given qubit.

This is required to be implemented if the backend supports Pulse scheduling.

Returns:

The Qubit drive channel

Return type:

DriveChannel

measure_channel(qubit)#

Return the measure stimulus channel for the given qubit.

This is required to be implemented if the backend supports Pulse scheduling.

Returns:

The Qubit measurement stimulus line

Return type:

MeasureChannel

qubit_properties(qubit)#

Return QubitProperties for a given qubit.

If there are no defined or the backend doesn’t support querying these details this method does not need to be implemented.

Parameters:

qubit (int | List[int]) – The qubit to get the QubitProperties object for. This can be a single integer for 1 qubit or a list of qubits and a list of QubitProperties objects will be returned in the same order

Returns:

The QubitProperties object for the specified qubit. If a list of qubits is provided a list will be returned. If properties are missing for a qubit this can be None.

Return type:

qubit_properties

Raises:

NotImplementedError – if the backend doesn’t support querying the qubit properties

run(run_input, **options)#

Run on the fake backend using a simulator.

This method runs circuit jobs (an individual or a list of QuantumCircuit ) and pulse jobs (an individual or a list of Schedule or ScheduleBlock) using BasicAer or Aer simulator and returns a Job object.

If qiskit-aer is installed, jobs will be run using AerSimulator with noise model of the fake backend. Otherwise, jobs will be run using BasicAer simulator without noise.

Currently noisy simulation of a pulse job is not supported yet in FakeBackendV2.

Parameters:
  • run_input (QuantumCircuit or Schedule or ScheduleBlock or list) – An individual or a list of ScheduleBlock, or Schedule objects to run on the backend.

  • options – Any kwarg options to pass to the backend for running the config. If a key is also present in the options attribute/object then the expectation is that the value specified will be used instead of what’s set in the options object.

Returns:

The job object for the run

Return type:

Job

Raises:
  • QiskitError – If a pulse job is supplied and qiskit-aer is not

  • installed.

set_options(**fields)#

Set the options fields for the backend

This method is used to update the options of a backend. If you need to change any of the options prior to running just pass in the kwarg with the new value for the options.

Parameters:

fields – The fields to update the options

Raises:

AttributeError – If the field passed in is not part of the options