Frequency-tuning-induced state transfer in optical microcavities

@article{Xu2019FrequencytuninginducedST,
  title={Frequency-tuning-induced state transfer in optical microcavities},
  author={Xu-sheng Xu and Hao Zhang and X Y Kong and Min Wang and Gui‐Lu Long},
  journal={Photonics Research},
  year={2019}
}
Quantum state transfer in optical microcavities plays an important role in quantum information processing, and is essential in many optical devices, such as optical frequency converter and diode. Existing schemes are effective and realized by tuning the coupling strengths between modes. However, such approaches are severely restricted due to the small amount of strength that can be tuned and the difficulty to perform the tuning in some situations, such as on-chip microcavity system. Here, we… 
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