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Macroscopic noise amplification by asymmetric dyads in non-Hermitian optical systems

@inproceedings{Johnston2022MacroscopicNA,
  title={Macroscopic noise amplification by asymmetric dyads in non-Hermitian optical systems},
  author={Alexander Johnston and Natalia G. Berloff},
  year={2022}
}
A strong response to external perturbations or system noise is being exploited for a new generation of sensors, hardware random number generators, and quantum and classical signal detectors. Such applications require the fulfilment of three drastic conditions: macroscopic response to small perturbations, capacity for calibration of imperfections of the system, and fast output data rate. Here, we study the response and noise amplification by asymmetric dyads in freely expanding non-Hermitian… 

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