A cavity-enhanced room-temperature broadband Raman memory

  title={A cavity-enhanced room-temperature broadband Raman memory},
  author={Patrick M. Ledingham and J. H. D. Munns and S. E. Thomas and Tessa F. M. Champion and Cheng Qiu and Krzysztof T. Kaczmarek and Amir Feizpour and Eilon Poem and Ian A. Walmsley and Joshua Nunn and Dylan J Saunders},
  journal={2016 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO)},
Quantum memories enable the synchronisation of photonic operations. Raman memories are a promising platform, but are susceptible to four-wave mixing noise. We present a demonstration of a cavity-enhanced Raman memory, showing suppression of four-wave mixing. 

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