Periodically driven facilitated high-efficiency dissipative entanglement with Rydberg atoms

  title={Periodically driven facilitated high-efficiency dissipative entanglement with Rydberg atoms},
  author={Rui Li and Dongmin Yu and S L Su and Jing Qian},
  journal={Physical Review A},
A time-dependent periodical field can be utilized to efficiently modify the Rabi coupling of system, exhibiting nontrivial dynamics. We propose a scheme to show that this feature can be applied for speeding up the formation of dissipative steady entanglement based on Rydberg anti-blockade mechanism in a simplified configuration, fundamentally stemming from a frequency match between the external-field modulation frequency and the systematic characteristic frequency. In the presence of an optimal… 
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