Cavity-enhanced broadband photonic Rabi oscillation

  title={Cavity-enhanced broadband photonic Rabi oscillation},
  author={Rikizo Ikuta and Toshiki Kobayashi and Tomohiro Yamazaki and Nobuyuki Imoto and Takashi Yamamoto},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
A coherent coupling among different energy photons provided by nonlinear optical interaction is regarded as a photonic version of the Rabi oscillation. Cavity enhancement of the nonlinearity reduces energy requirement significantly and pushes the scalability of the frequency-encoded photonic circuit based on the photonic Rabi oscillation. However, confinement of the photons in the cavity severely limits the number of interactable frequency modes. Here we demonstrate a wide-bandwidth and… 
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