Interactive entanglement in hybrid opto-magno-mechanics system

@article{Wang2022InteractiveEI,
  title={Interactive entanglement in hybrid opto-magno-mechanics system},
  author={Jun Wang and Jingyu Pan and Ya-Bo Zhao and J. W. Xiong and Haibo Wang},
  journal={Quantum Information Processing},
  year={2022},
  volume={22}
}
We present a novel cavity opto-magno-mechanical hybrid system to generate entanglements among multiple quantum carriers, such as magnons, mechanical resonators, and cavity photons in both the optical and microwave domains. Two Yttrium iron garnet (YIG) spheres are embedded in two separate microwave cavities which are joined by a communal mechanical resonator. Because the microwave cavities are separate, the ferromagnetic resonate frequencies of two YIG spheres can be tuned independently, as… 

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