Engineering the Atom-Photon Interaction: Controlling by Ana Predojević, Morgan W. Mitchell

By Ana Predojević, Morgan W. Mitchell

This ebook offers a entire view of the modern equipment for quantum-light engineering. particularly, it addresses various technological branches and consequently permits the reader to quick determine the simplest know-how - program fit. Non-classical gentle is a flexible device, confirmed to be an intrinsic a part of numerous quantum applied sciences. Its historic importance has made it the topic of many textual content books written either from theoretical and experimental perspective. This e-book takes one other point of view by way of giving an perception to fashionable applied sciences used to generate and manage quantum light.

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11, using two types different signal photons. e. φ1 = φ2 = φ3 = 0, and the other with φ1 = 0, φ2 = π, φ3 = 0. In the first case, signal and local oscillator photons are identical. By consequence, no correlations between the two detectors arise (apart from a constant background level due to detector noise). In the second case the adjacent time bins within the signal photon are π out of phase. Therefore the probability for correlations between the two detectors increases dramatically if the detectors fire in adjacent time bins, but it stays zero for detections within the same time bin, and for detections occurring in the first and third time bin.

It is important to point out that the low efficiency does not interfere with the singleness of the photons. Hence the g (2) correlation function of the emitted photon stream corresponds to the one depicted in Fig. 5c, with g (2) (0) → 0. With an improved ion-cavity setup, Barros et al. [68] were able to reach a single-photon emission efficiency of (88 ± 17)% in a cavity of comparable length, using a more favourable mode structure in the near-confocal cavity depicted in Fig. 6b and far-off resonant Raman transitions between magnetic sublevels of the ion.

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