Photon Correlations from the Mollow Triplet

@article{Carreno2017PhotonCF,
  title={Photon Correlations from the Mollow Triplet},
  author={Juan Camilo L'opez Carreno and Elena del Valle and F. Laussy},
  journal={Laser \& Photonics Reviews},
  year={2017},
  volume={11},
  pages={1700090}
}
Photon correlations between the photoluminescence peaks of the Mollow triplet have been known for a long time, and recently hailed as a resource for heralded single-photon sources. Here, we provide the full picture of photon-correlations at all orders (we deal explicitly with up to four photons) and with no restriction to the peculiar frequency windows that enclose the peaks. We show that a rich multi-photon physics lies between the peaks, due to transitions involving virtual photons, and… Expand

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