Optical Entanglement of Distinguishable Quantum Emitters.

@article{Levonian2022OpticalEO,
  title={Optical Entanglement of Distinguishable Quantum Emitters.},
  author={D. S. Levonian and Ralf Riedinger and B. Machielse and E. N. Knall and Mihir K. Bhaskar and Can Knaut and R. Bekenstein and Hongkun Park and Marko Lon{\vc}ar and Mikhail D. Lukin},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2022},
  volume={128 21},
  pages={
          213602
        }
}
Solid-state quantum emitters are promising candidates for the realization of quantum networks, owing to their long-lived spin memories, high-fidelity local operations, and optical connectivity for long-range entanglement. However, due to differences in local environment, solid-state emitters typically feature a range of distinct transition frequencies, which makes it challenging to create optically mediated entanglement between arbitrary emitter pairs. We propose and demonstrate an efficient… 
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