Enhanced local addressability of a spin array with local exchange pulses and global microwave driving

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We theoretically propose a strategy to address an individual spin in a large array of spin qubits with a random distribution of g-factors by employing a combination of single-qubit and SWAP gates facilitated by a global microwave field and local exchange pulses. Consequently, only the target qubit undergoes the desired operation and all other qubits return to their original states, even qubits that share the same Larmor frequency as the target. Gate fidelities above 99% can thus be maintained for arrays containing tens of qubits.