Protecting remote atomic entanglement against spontaneous emission by separated photonic pulses

@article{Zong2015ProtectingRA,
  title={Protecting remote atomic entanglement against spontaneous emission by separated photonic pulses},
  author={Xiao-Lan Zong and Chao-Qun Du and Ming Yang and G. Zhang and Q. Yang and Z. Cao},
  journal={Laser Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={075203}
}
We study the entanglement dynamics between two spatially separated atoms trapped in two separate optical cavities. Based on cavity-assisted interactions between the atoms and separated photonic pulses, we propose a scheme for the implemention of a controlled-phase-flip gate (CPF gate) between each of the atoms and the photonic pulse to protect the remote atomic quantum entanglement against the decaying caused by spontaneous emission. What we need to do is to shoot the horizontally polarized… Expand

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