Outcoupling from a Bose-Einstein condensate with squeezed light to produce entangled-atom laser beams

@article{Haine2005OutcouplingFA,
  title={Outcoupling from a Bose-Einstein condensate with squeezed light to produce entangled-atom laser beams},
  author={Simon A. Haine and Joseph J. Hope},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2005},
  volume={72},
  pages={033601}
}
We examine the properties of an atom laser produced by outcoupling from a Bose-Einstein condensate with squeezed light. We model the multimode dynamics of the output field and show that a significant amount of squeezing can be transferred from an optical mode to a propagating atom laser beam. We use this to demonstrate that two-mode squeezing can be used to produce twin atom laser beams with continuous variable entanglement in amplitude and phase. 
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