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Generating Extreme Spin Squeezing

  title={Generating Extreme Spin Squeezing},
  author={Sebasti{\'a}n Carrasco and Michael H Goerz and Zeyang Li and Simone Colombo and Vladan Vuleti'c and Vladimir S. Malinovsky},
We propose a novel scheme for the generation of optimal squeezed states for Ramsey interferometry. The scheme consists of an alternating series of one-axis twisting pulses and rotations, both of which are straightforward to implement experimentally. The resulting states show a metrological gain proportional to the Heisenberg limit. We demonstrate that the Heisenberg scaling is maintained even when placing constraints on the amplitude of the pulses implementing the one-axis twisting and when… 

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