Non-linear spectroscopy of rubidium in hollow core fibres for clocks and quantum optics

@inproceedings{Perrella2009NonlinearSO,
  title={Non-linear spectroscopy of rubidium in hollow core fibres for clocks and quantum optics},
  author={Christopher Perrella},
  year={2009}
}
This thesis concerns a new photonic technology based on hollow-core photoniccrystal fibre (HC-PCF) that has been loaded with an atomic vapour. It was demonstrated that this technology may have important applications in the fields of metrology and quantum optics. Furthermore, the small size and robustness of HC-PCF allows these devices to potentially be miniaturised for possible commercial and industrial applications. By filling the HC-PCF with an atomic vapour, excellent light-atom coupling can… CONTINUE READING

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