Measuring the time–frequency properties of photon pairs: A short review

@article{Gianani2019MeasuringTT,
  title={Measuring the time–frequency properties of photon pairs: A short review},
  author={Ilaria Gianani and Marco Sbroscia and Marco Barbieri},
  journal={AVS Quantum Science},
  year={2019}
}
Encoding information in the time–frequency domain demonstrates its potential for quantum information processing. It offers a novel scheme for communications with large alphabets, computing with large quantum systems, and new approaches to metrology. It is then crucial to secure full control on the generation of time–frequency quantum states and their properties. Here, the authors present an overview of the theoretical background and the technical aspects related to the characterization of time… 

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