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By Ana Predojević, Morgan W. Mitchell

This e-book presents a complete view of the modern equipment for quantum-light engineering. particularly, it addresses various technological branches and as a result permits the reader to quick determine the simplest expertise - software fit. Non-classical mild is a flexible instrument, confirmed to be an intrinsic a part of numerous quantum applied sciences. Its old importance has made it the topic of many textual content books written either from theoretical and experimental viewpoint. This publication takes one other point of view by way of giving an perception to trendy applied sciences used to generate and control quantum light.

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For such experiments, pairs of photons are needed that meet simultaneously at a beamsplitter. With just one source under investigation, this is achieved with a long optical fibre delaying the first photon of a pair of successively emitted ones. With the occurrence of such photon pairs being the precondition to observe any correlation and the probability for successive photon emissions being 1 Cavity Induced Interfacing of Atoms and Light (a) 15 (b) correlation counter F=3 Laser pulses Cavity F=2 F=1 STIRAP F=0 Magneto-optical trap (from above or below) F=2 F=1 Number of Correlations (c) 35 30 25 20 -10 15 0 10 10 5 0 -150 -100 -50 0 50 100 150 Delay Time [µs] Fig.

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