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Diffusive entanglement generation by continuous homodyne monitoring of spontaneous emission.

@article{Lewalle2019DiffusiveEG,
  title={Diffusive entanglement generation by continuous homodyne monitoring of spontaneous emission.},
  author={Philippe Lewalle and Cyril Elouard and Sreenath K. Manikandan and X.-F. Qian and Joseph H. Eberly and Andrew N. Jordan},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
We propose a measurement protocol to generate quantum entanglement between two remote qubits, through joint homodyne detection of their spontaneous emission. The entanglement yield corresponds to our ability to erase the emission source information by using a balanced beam splitter, and choosing a particular phase relationship between the quadratures we monitor at each output. We investigate the diffusive quantum trajectories from this process, and predict that such a scheme can create… 

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